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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
    Whites Spectrum XLT E-series, Whites Beachhunter, Garrett Ace350, Garret 76'-77'Fortune Hunter, Cen-tech Pinpointer
    45 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
    White Plains, New York
    Tesoro Cult Member & Overlord, Code name: "Vaquero." Known to swing Minelab SD, GPX, and GPZ machines on Gold Claims.
    4744 times
    Metal Detecting
    That is called "gridding," and successful hobbyists have been doing it since the 1950s.. Good reminder though!



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