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    Silver #41, Indians, Wheats, Buff, Vnick, Relics at a previously hit spot!

    Hey guys, got out today to a spot that OldDude and I hit a few weeks ago, Normally I don't go back to a site a second time unless I feel like the ground wasn't covered well, but today I figured I was gonna give it a shot, I know last time we were there we hit it pretty good but today proved that you can never get it all!

    almost 13 minute video of all the fun:


    I combed the property in the opposite direction of the last time we were there

    almost right away I hit a wheat, then another, then a 47 roosie, SILVER #41 on the year! then some more wheats, junk, clad, some way cool relics, (4 pieces of crotal bells from 4 separate bells), and a really cool button to match the exact one olddude found at this same site previously, also a cool clip/buckle looking thing and then a couple Indians (1903, 1904) a few junk targets and wheats later I got a strong nickel signal and popped the 1920 buff, after filling the plug back in I scanned it again with the atpro and pow, nickel signal, I had to fight the rain to get the second nickel in the hole a 1906 V nickel!!, dug a short bit more and got a 1881 indian! shortly after that it started to thunder and lightning so I figured time to call it a day, good results from 4 hrs at a previously hit spot

    1906 vnick, 1920 buffalo, 1881 indian, 1903 indian, 1904 indian (2) 1916 wheats (2) 1919 wheats, 1941, 1944, 1947 wheats, 1947 roosie, and all the relics!Click image for larger version. 

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    Thanks for looking and HH!!

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    I would definitely hit that spot many many more times. I have detected my #1 favourite spot of all time so many times, probably over a hundred. It was a busy spot circa 1900--circus, shooting range, tennis court, baseball diamond and golf clubhouse. It was also FULL of crap and iron signals, the ground was literally packed with stuff everywhere. I hit it hard in the past 5 years, but it's pretty quiet there now. My last few trips there have produced basically nothing. It was a great "project spot" for slowly over time removing the junk one hole at a time, and unmasking all the hidden treasures.

    Cool finds, and I seriously bet there is more to find!
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    Incredible! Don't think I have ever seen wheats that were so pretty and green. Cool that you found that exact same little knotted button thing. Is that a lock cover or part of an oil lamp that the wick goes through? Nice video!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Dude View Post
    Incredible! Don't think I have ever seen wheats that were so pretty and green. Cool that you found that exact same little knotted button thing. Is that a lock cover or part of an oil lamp that the wick goes through? Nice video!
    Thank ya sir!
    those wheats were a bit deeper, that ground was rock solid today too
    as far as the lock cover, im not sure, it has two small holes that I pictured being nail holes for furniture
    That knotted button thing was neat to find, I thought you'd appreciate that
    the owner told me that a log cabin once stood where the clothes line is now, did you see the size of that spike?

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    Yeah, I did. I watched the whole video and could remember every little part of the property you showed. That area next to the road was exactly where I found that flat button, lol. Looks like I should have went back over the back yard a little better after you changed my settings that first day, lol. I just wanted to try and finish the whole place before we left.

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    Incredible hunt, I'm loving where you guys are at. Indians, silver, bells, v nic's, buffs, and cool buttons! I'm so jealous!
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    I love this hobby so much, now I'm a coin licker!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Dude View Post
    Yeah, I did. I watched the whole video and could remember every little part of the property you showed. That area next to the road was exactly where I found that flat button, lol. Looks like I should have went back over the back yard a little better after you changed my settings that first day, lol. I just wanted to try and finish the whole place before we left.
    I just went super slow today, and in the opposite direction as opposed to last time we were there

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    Quote Originally Posted by treblehunter View Post
    Incredible hunt, I'm loving where you guys are at. Indians, silver, bells, v nic's, buffs, and cool buttons! I'm so jealous!
    Thanks Treb!
    but you got lakes with hot bikini clad lunch dates
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    Yep, no place is ever hunted out, (until it's all gone ).

    I wish my last wheatie had come out half as good as some of those!

    Just for curiosity sake, what does the ground balance out at there?

    Excellent saves!
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    Cool finds. I dont get to detect much 70 hr work weeks but just wondering what everybody does with all the coins especially the wheats and nickels. I understand about the silvers just asking thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by WHADIFIND View Post
    Yep, no place is ever hunted out, (until it's all gone ).

    I wish my last wheatie had come out half as good as some of those!

    Just for curiosity sake, what does the ground balance out at there?

    Excellent saves!
    Thanks!
    this site preserves coins pretty well, except my nickels got a little roached
    I was GB'ing at 83
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    Quote Originally Posted by cjon455 View Post
    Thanks!
    this site preserves coins pretty well, except my nickels got a little roached
    I was GB'ing at 83
    Hmmm that's not as terrible as I thought it might be. I've been hitting a lot of places where 90 GB seemed to be the rule.

    Don't worry about those roached nickels. Just use a little more sandpaper on them in addition to the what you used in the field. They'll clean up fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WHADIFIND View Post
    Hmmm that's not as terrible as I thought it might be. I've been hitting a lot of places where 90 GB seemed to be the rule.

    Don't worry about those roached nickels. Just use a little more sandpaper on them in addition to the what you used in the field. They'll clean up fine.

    wow 90's huh, I don't think ive ever gb'd over 8586

    I did however gb at 15..................at the beach, blah
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    Great hunt, God I cant wait to my detector repaired. HH!
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    Nice finds! Thanks for sharing...
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