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  1. #1

    May 2012
    11 times

    Does anyone else do this?

    After I finish my coffee I'm going back out into the front yard and go back over it at a right angle to my previous search. I've been doing this for years with various detectors, and always find stuff in a hole or very near a hole that I dug the previous day.

  2. #2
    Jul 2012
    Fort Wayne
    Garrett Ace350, Garret 76'-77'Fortune Hunter, Cen-tech Pinpointer
    37 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Yup ive noticed it helps to find stuff to alternate direction
    Metal Detecting:
    2 Indian Head Cents (1885)(1907)
    1 Silver Roosevelt Dime
    1 Silver Ring
    1 Half Dollar
    17 Quarters
    52 Dimes
    36 Nickels
    213 Pennies
    12 Wheaties
    9 Finnish Marks, 1 Canadian Cent
    2 Rosary Crosses
    4 Keys
    1 Bugs Bunny Charm
    1 Junk ring
    1 Master Lock
    3 Junk Earrings
    1 Watch

    Cents-75$--- 30-Wheats 1-Panama Cent 24-Canadian Cents 13.9Lbs-Copper

  3. #3
    Charter Member

    May 2010
    Congress, AZ - White Plains, NY
    Tesoro Cult Member - Tejon; Sand Shark; Lobo Super Traq; Vaquero; Cibola; Compadre - Minelab GPX 5000
    3705 times
    Metal Detecting
    That is called "gridding," and successful hobbyists have been doing it since the 1950s.. Good reminder though!



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