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    CZ5, CZ6, CZ6A, CZ3D WET SAND?

    Has anyone hunted wet sand with any of these machines CZ5, CZ6, CZ6A, CZ3D? If so how did it perform in the wet sand? The only machine that I know of that hunts really well in wet sand is the Minelab. I am a Fisher man and would like to add one of these machines to my line up if it performs well at the beach.

    Thanks for your input!

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    CZ's do very well in the wet salt. However, if it's not a CZ20/21, make sure you protect it from salt spray.

    --Dave J.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woof! View Post
    CZ's do very well in the wet salt. However, if it's not a CZ20/21, make sure you protect it from salt spray.

    --Dave J.
    Thank you Dave J for your input, your knowledge on the subject is greatly appreciated

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    I've used the CZ-6a in the wet sand with success. It has two frequncies just like the CZ20/21 but has a switch for the salt mode. Just place a plastic baggie over the controls but leave it open at the bottom so moisture doesn't condense and make it unstable. I've been told it is the land version of the CZ20/21.Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandman View Post
    I've used the CZ-6a in the wet sand with success. It has two frequncies just like the CZ20/21 but has a switch for the salt mode. Just place a plastic baggie over the controls but leave it open at the bottom so moisture doesn't condense and make it unstable. I've been told it is the land version of the CZ20/21.Click image for larger version. 

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    Thank you Sandman for the great info!

 

 

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