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    May 2017
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    Rivers and Streams Equipment

    I want to start detecting in streams and shallower rivers this year. What is a good digging tool to use? I'm thinking a shovel wouldn't work that well. Maybe a pick axe? Thanks for any info.

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    Mar 2011
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    That will depend on what the river bottom is made of. You might need a sand scoop, a pry bar, shovel, etc.
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