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  1. #16
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    Oct 2015
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    Very informative!

    So far Carolina beach has been a bust. I walked miles of beach at low tide only to find one bottle cap, two penny’s and some small pieces of iron. I had better luck around the beach access areas for coins but wound up digging lots of trash aluminum as well. I will try looking around a couple of the peers over the next couple days. Maybe I will have better luck there.
    HH everyone!
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    OC, CA
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    It’s there but just have to get that coil over it. Good luck!
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    Aug 2019
    Upstate/Central NY, & central Florida
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ammoman View Post
    Very informative!

    So far Carolina beach has been a bust. I walked miles of beach at low tide only to find one bottle cap, two penny’s and some small pieces of iron. I had better luck around the beach access areas for coins but wound up digging lots of trash aluminum as well. I will try looking around a couple of the peers over the next couple days. Maybe I will have better luck there.
    HH everyone!
    Ammoman, we're needing an update from you! Just guessing, but you probably haven't found that 'needle in the haystack' yet. But hoping you have.

    I've probably spent 200 or more hours working some of Florida's pan handle Gulf beaches, and until last week's ring find, found nothing worth mentioning. So many detectors working these beaches, and so much beach to try to cover, all you can do is keep swinging that coil and eventually you'll finally get over something good.
    Best of luck!
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    George

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    Turn your machine on and USE it......

 

 
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