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    Michael

    Jan 2019
    Pyeongtaek, South Korea
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    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Fellow TreasureNet Fellow and I Found 100 Coins on Korean Beach

    I met up with Matt Pfeil, a fellow YouTuber and TreasureNet member, yesterday and took him to my favorite beach here in Korea. We seriously hit the motherload and found like 100 coins in a two hour span. This was after four hours of detecting in muck just to find sinkers. I have never found this many coins in all my detecting days (which isn't too many days to be honest).

    This weekend he and I are hitting up a Three Kingdoms (1,500+ years old) fortress. Look forward to sharing our finds!

    "I am just here to dig up soju caps... That is all. And sinkers... lots of those."

    Gear:
    Equipment I Use:
    Detector: Garrett AT Max and ATX
    Coil: Nel Storm
    PP: Garrett Pro-Pointer Z-Lynk
    Sand Scoop: Korean-Made Super Scoop
    Bag: Minelab Finds Pouch
    Guest/Kids' Detector: Q20, ACE-200, F22, etc
    Wishlist:
    Minelab Equinox 800

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    Only boaring people get board

    Nov 2018
    The Thumb
    Mine Lab Equinox 800, Mine Lab Pro Find 35, Garrett ATpro, Garrett Pro Pointer 2, Whites ID5 Classic
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    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    sorry man i bet its a cool video but i refuse to watch any video that has a cover with a mans mouth wide open....
    CRUSADER and Inspector like this.

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    Michael

    Jan 2019
    Pyeongtaek, South Korea
    Garrett ATX, AT Max
    14
    43 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Haha. I'll keep it closed next time
    Toecutter and Inspector like this.
    "I am just here to dig up soju caps... That is all. And sinkers... lots of those."

    Gear:
    Equipment I Use:
    Detector: Garrett AT Max and ATX
    Coil: Nel Storm
    PP: Garrett Pro-Pointer Z-Lynk
    Sand Scoop: Korean-Made Super Scoop
    Bag: Minelab Finds Pouch
    Guest/Kids' Detector: Q20, ACE-200, F22, etc
    Wishlist:
    Minelab Equinox 800

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    us
    Jul 2018
    Fairfax Station, VA
    Whites Blue and Gray
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    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Nice video! Plenty of targets to keep you busy. Nice haul of coins too!
    Inspector likes this.

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    Deep1

    Dec 2018
    Carolina Lowcountry
    Nox 800, Garrett Sea Hunter Mark II, Poor ole wore out Fisher 1266 that still finds stuff.
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    Fun video. Enjoyed it.
    I'd be excited it I hit something like that.
    I thought is was really cool when the lady found the coin.
    Why were all those coins in one spot?
    That's not what I would consider a beach. I'm used to nice white sand, never seen nothing like that before.
    Do people actually swim there?
    What do the officials think about you digging at 1500 year old site?
    I know in some countries, they kinda frown upon that.
    Good diggin.
    Inspector likes this.
    If it's old, I'll dig it, dive on it, detect it or sometimes when I get lucky just bend over and pick it up.

    "Nothing in life is so exhilarating as to be shot at without result" Winston Churchill

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    Michael

    Jan 2019
    Pyeongtaek, South Korea
    Garrett ATX, AT Max
    14
    43 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    This is actually a big monolith rock formation that sticks off the southern end of the beach; which is why it doesn't look like the beach itself. When the tide comes in the water is plenty deep and the beach is pretty active.

    As for the 1500 year-old site, its just the remnants of it and it is pretty much just a mountain top with a trail around where the wall used to be. The only thing up there is a Buddhist temple, but we don't dig around there. Noone says anything to us, as we are just digging on a mountain. However, if we find anything of historic or cultural value, we definitely have the heart to turn it over to the museums. We clean up a lot of trash, so the folks up there are happy with the hobby.
    Bob-E-Pin, Debatedc and Inspector like this.
    "I am just here to dig up soju caps... That is all. And sinkers... lots of those."

    Gear:
    Equipment I Use:
    Detector: Garrett AT Max and ATX
    Coil: Nel Storm
    PP: Garrett Pro-Pointer Z-Lynk
    Sand Scoop: Korean-Made Super Scoop
    Bag: Minelab Finds Pouch
    Guest/Kids' Detector: Q20, ACE-200, F22, etc
    Wishlist:
    Minelab Equinox 800

 

 

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