Anyone in here work the York beaches?
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  1. #1
    us
    May 2006
    Salem, NH
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    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Anyone in here work the York beaches?

    Hello!

    I've been to short sands a few times, and ran into a few detectorists there. Haven't had a chance to talk to any of them, but was wondering if any of them were on this site?
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  2. #2

    Mar 2007
    West "by god" Virginia
    Fishers CZ5 and 1280X
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    Re: Anyone in here work the York beaches?

    You didn't see me, but I used to hunt there quite a bit. Lots of goodies came from those beaches.

  3. #3
    us
    Feb 2008
    Central Massachusetts
    Tesoro Silver ÁMax, DetectorPro Head Hunter Wader, White's MXT, Garrett GTA500, White's Bullseye II pin pointer
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    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: Anyone in here work the York beaches?

    [color=blue][font=comic sans ms][size=14pt]I've been there many times but never used my detector. What kind of goodies are you talking about? Which beach, Long Sands or Short Sands? Were your finds in dry sand, wet sand or in the surf? What type of detector were you using, VLF or PI?

    I just may have to get back there next year when it gets warm again and give it a try.

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    White's MXT, DetectorPro Wader, Tesoro Silver ÁMax, White's Bullseye II

  4. #4
    us
    Mar 2008
    Minelab Sovereign GT, White's Prizm IV, Bounty Hunter Scout
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    Metal Detecting, Bottle Collecting, Gold Panning

    Re: Anyone in here work the York beaches?

    I go to the Short quite a bit. Seems like you gotta catch it just right for the modern clad.
    My White's Prizm IV doesn't have manual ground balance so I stay towards the dry sand. Once I get towards the water, I get a lot of false readings. (could be iron).
    Relax, I saw Evel Knievel do this once...

 

 

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