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    Bob

    Sep 2011
    Chesapeake va
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    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Having no luck

    Have a Teso water detector and bounty hunter, I just can't seem to find anything of good value like everyone else. Am I doing something wrong? Dig all signals but not much else than clad. Any good leads anyone wants to share?

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    Living the WP

    Apr 2006
    Chesterfield, Va.
    Whites XLT, Minelab Etrac, Minelab Excal II, At pro
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    Re: Having no luck

    Quote Originally Posted by mudpit
    Have a Teso water detector and bounty hunter, I just can't seem to find anything of good value like everyone else. Am I doing something wrong? Dig all signals but not much else than clad. Any good leads anyone wants to share?
    I have been on this site for about 7 years and did not know this was here!lolol

    Where are you mud (Va I assume)? central, south, north? Near the beach? How long have you been detecting?

    I have never tried either detector you have but there is a metal detector forum that you can ask questions about your detectors. And nobody will laugh at you for a question.
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    Bob

    Sep 2011
    Chesapeake va
    Minelab
    5
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: Having no luck

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