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  1. #1
    us
    Nov 2009
    Space Coast/Florida
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    Too hot to detect??

    Anyone else getting this heatwave?
    Friday and Saturday this week will have a heat index of 105-115 degrees here in New Jersey and I believe other states are hit with it as well. I may have to take a break and let it pass.

  2. #2
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    Nov 2009
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    Re: Too hot to detect??

    see.....
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    Gladstone, MI
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    Re: Too hot to detect??

    Yes....and it kicks my ass every time I try to detect.
    Why do they call it "Taking a dump" when you're actually leaving one?

  4. #4
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    Mar 2010
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    Re: Too hot to detect??

    Quote Originally Posted by Farscape
    Yes....and it kicks my ass every time I try to detect.
    Your not alone, I wilt pretty quick.

  5. #5
    us
    Nov 2009
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    Re: Too hot to detect??

    I been trying to wait until the sun goes low and hunt the last hour of sunlight.

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    Chris

    May 2011
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    Re: Too hot to detect??

    [img][/img]See that 107,That's where I,m at,don't like sweat in my eyes,dust caked arms,soaked clothes,think I'll hunt in the lake for a spell!!!!God Bless HH Chris
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  7. #7
    ge
    Apr 2011
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    Re: Too hot to detect??

    Yeah it's been pretty darn hot.
    LMAO

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    pr
    Oct 2008
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    Re: Too hot to detect??

    I am glad to be down here away from all that ,drink plenty of fluids and sit in the shade. Sad that a guy in the tropics says its too hot up there !

  9. #9
    ca
    Jun 2011
    burlington ontario
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    Re: Too hot to detect??

    38 c or 118 f here today, just way too hot plus the dirt is hard like cement. been trying beach with only clad to be found

  10. #10
    us
    Mar 2011
    NEPA
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    Re: Too hot to detect??



    I posted a few days ago on this heatwave....asking if anyone else is going nocturnal (as I have recently been working nights) - I was out last Sunday night till about 5 am. found clad, but didn't die from heat...if your going at night, headlamps rock, bring plenty of bug stuff- the mosquitoes ate me alive! it was a nice cool 66F out- muggy and hot tonight after 96 degrees today here in PA (just south of Binghamton NY) - I still plan on going out someplace soon, as I can find someplace where I won't get in trouble for being there after dusk!

  11. #11
    us
    Dec 2008
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    Re: Too hot to detect??

    Welcome to Texas,it's been over a 100 degrees for the last 2 months now and with NO RAIN

  12. #12
    us
    Apr 2007
    Gladstone, Michigan
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    Re: Too hot to detect??

    Yea man been in the 100's with the heat index up here and HUMID!!!!! I been going in the mornings, like 7am to 11 am, its better then but where i been going there are soooooo many damn skeeter.....35% deet barely works.
    PROUD ANTITHEIST

  13. #13
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    Katy Tx Digger

    Dec 2008
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    Re: Too hot to detect??

    Yes to HOT is right! Welcome to Texas. Although It's been Hot everywhere lately. Come on fall.
    Mark T

    Founder metaldetectingstuff.com



  14. #14
    us
    Stuck Behind the Iron Curtain in Occupied Soviet California..:(

    Nov 2006
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    Re: Too hot to detect??

    Go west young man, go west. Here on the west coast it's in the 70's with no humidity. It's nice and cool near the ocean and can get a little chilly with the wind blowing. Hate to rub it in!
    Hunting San Francisco Bay Area since 1985

  15. #15
    us
    Mar 2011
    NEPA
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    Re: Too hot to detect??

    Ah sorry man -I'd rather be warm then deal with the crazy laws in Cali :P...no thanks...

    on a good note I did some CRH'ing this weekend- it's worth looking in to... just like you never know till you dig, same deal. (I like money!!!)..after all have to do something while it's too hot to hunt.

 

 
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