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Thread: Back To The 1853 Site - CZ3D Not Bothered With EMI

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    Back To The 1853 Site - CZ3D Not Bothered With EMI

    I went back to the 1853 site early this morning. I started off in the front yard close to the front of the house using my CTX 3030. In less than 5 minutes I had a 1944 Washington quarter treed. It was right next to the tree and I just barely got a slight high tone when I swung close to the tree. I had to cock the search coil at an angle to lock on to the target.

    About 10 feet away from where I found the quarter I got a good crisp high tone. I dug down around 7 inches or so and popped out a 1898 Barber dime. I was on a roll. I swung the CXT for another 2 hours or so in the front yard but I didn't find anything worth digging, so I headed for the backyard. This particular back yard has awful EMI and gave my Deus and Nox fits on the previous hunt. They were chatter boxes and after trying different settings I finally gave up.

    Well my CTX did a lot better than the Deus and the Nox, but it was still not running smoothly, so after about 30 minutes I decided to switch to my Gold Bug Pro with the 5" x 10" search coil attached. I went over the area just in front of the house first to see how it could handle the nails. It found me a couple of wheat pennies before I decide to head for the backyard with it.

    Once in the backyard, the GBP ran pretty good, but it wasn't a smooth ride. It handled the EMI about the same or maybe a little better than the CTX did. I only had one detector left in my SUV, the Fisher CZ3D, so I went and grabbed it and headed for the backyard with it.

    I was totally amazed that the CZ3D didn't chatter a single time. I dug several clad coins with it before getting my search coil a real funky audio response. I was getting high tones and mid-tones. I dug down around 7 inches or so and popped a 1954 Washington quarter. I checked hole again and found a nickel in the dirt pile. It pays to dig those iffy signals.

    tabman



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    Sweet silver, congrats!
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    Nice finds Tabman. Thanks for sharing...
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    Nice finds Tabman and great info. I'm considering buying a new detector and definitely need a machine that can ground balance in high iron areas.
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    Excellent hunt. You are pulling some nice finds from the old place. No telling what else is still there. Must be a good feeling saving all that history from that yard. Keep 'em piling up. Congrats!
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    Crushed it Tab!!!
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    I'd be very happy with a day like that !
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    Great hunt and nice finds. My Atmax has 4 frequencies I've detected a couple spots where I've had to run through all of them to no avail. I'd lose my mind if I needed to use that arsenal of detectors but you prevailed! Congrats!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reanm8er View Post
    Nice finds Tabman and great info. I'm considering buying a new detector and definitely need a machine that can ground balance in high iron areas.
    Thanks! If you have bad soil, you definitely need a detector with a GB.

    Quote Originally Posted by RVRoamer66 View Post
    Excellent hunt. You are pulling some nice finds from the old place. No telling what else is still there. Must be a good feeling saving all that history from that yard. Keep 'em piling up. Congrats!
    Thanks! Once they start construction in the front and back yards, everything is going to be screwed up. They're going to save the old house.

    Quote Originally Posted by BLK HOLE View Post
    Crushed it Tab!!!
    Thanks! I really thought that I was going to have banner day after finding two silver coins right out of the gate, but things slowed down form there.

    Quote Originally Posted by Argentium View Post
    I'd be very happy with a day like that !
    Thanks! Me too! I sure had a great time.

    Quote Originally Posted by xcopperstax View Post
    Great hunt and nice finds. My Atmax has 4 frequencies I've detected a couple spots where I've had to run through all of them to no avail. I'd lose my mind if I needed to use that arsenal of detectors but you prevailed! Congrats!
    Thanks! You might consider getting a CZ. I sure was amazed at how well it handled that super bad EMI. It's deep, but isn't all that good in real trashy areas. Having the 5" puck coil for it sure helps. I'm curious to see how well my F75 with DST handles the EMI. I'll let you know.

    tabman
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