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    Warmer water, warmer sand....

    .......equals more depth and greater sensitivity. Sure seems to be working out that way for me.
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    First time I have heard that theory. Sounds interesting. Anybody got an answer on this line of thought?

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    Director-Search & Recovery Team of Oakland County.

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    In Michigan now.
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    Warmer water, warmer sand brings out the eye candy which is more fun to watch.
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    May 2011
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    Now there is no disputing Sandmans thoughts on that.

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    Bigscoop
    Warmer water, warmer sand...........equals more depth and greater sensitivity. Sure seems to be working out that way for me


    Very true, Heat along with the changing saline conditions of summer weather patterns can have a adverse affect on all, special the larger coils

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    For me
    One third jewelry of the World are under sand so far
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    Coins usables=800
    Silver= 8 pieces
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    May 2011
    Halifax, N.C.
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    There I go, showing my ignorance again! Great thoughts on the less than obvious Big. OBN you always teach us that we can always learn more about this hobby everyday. Now that brings a new line of thought to me on studying which coil size is best in which season of the year and in which section of the coast. How much will increased salinity affect each coil size and by how much at each temperature range. This is becoming a more interesting thread to me all the time. I will be doing some research tonight on this. Please excuse my learning curve, I hope to be near you guys level of thought and education someday. As always, attention to details can make a hugh effect on. Results. Thanks!

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    I hope to be near you guys level of thought and education someday
    I still consider myself a rookie in many ways, I guess because there are so many possibilities and not enough time.

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    Nov 2007
    So Gulf Coast, FL
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    Warmer water and warmer sand......mean more people in the water loosing stuff for me We are long over due.

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    Where I live,massachusetts south of boston the water temp at best is 70 degrees july august only. Thats when people lose there jewelry because the water is cold, and hands shrink in cold water.

 

 

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