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  1. #1

    Sep 2005
    Puget Sound
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    Back in the Saddle - Silver and a Buff

    Hey folks,

    Hope you’re doing well! I’ve been doing more lurking than hunting lately. It’s been a busy season at work for me lately and I haven’t been hitting the dirt at my regular pace.

    My brother and I decided to meet up today. I scoped out one site early this morning which was a bust. It’s where an old school was demolished but the site has been too significantly altered since it was taken down.

    My brother and I then met up at one of our old, faithful spots. It’s a permission which has produced well in the past but doesn’t put out too much anymore. Within the first 20 minutes he came running up to me to show me he had found some silver (I’ll let him post the details). I couldn’t believe it, there aren’t too many decent signals left here.

    I altered my CTX today to discriminate less and I bumped the sensitivity way up looking for deep, oldies. It worked out. After finding a few wheats I had previously missed, I got a wispy, deep signal. Probably at 7”-8”. It wasn’t even consistently repeatable. I was in a dig it all kind of mood so I went for it. Man was I shocked when I saw a silver dime flip out of the hole and onto my drop cloth. It must’ve been deep and on edge. Pretty awesome!

    Toward the end of the hunt I was trying an area that produced well in the past. I got a mixed mid-tone at around 7”. Well, about 4” down while digging I saw a nickel flip out of the hole and onto my drop cloth. Huh? That’s not what I was expecting! Turns out it was a buff. That mid tone? Turns out it was just a nail several inches deeper than the buff after all.

    Anyways, just wanted to encourage you all the sometimes those well-worked sites are worth revisiting, especially with some revamped settings.

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    Good luck out there!
    -W

  2. #2
    us
    Oct 2016
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    Looks like a fun day out detecting! Nice coins !
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  3. #3
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    May 2010
    White Plains, New York
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    Great hunt and advice!

  4. #4
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    Silver Fiend

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    congrats!
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  5. #5

    Aug 2016
    MI
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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry Soloman View Post
    Great hunt and advice!
    What Terry Said...Amen!
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  6. #6
    ca
    Nov 2010
    Canada
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    It's so satisfying to find super deep silver, congrats on some nice digs

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    Wash, your having a great year for a newly wed... your picked the right girl, to let you detect and have a family life... Good for you.. Your friend, Basss

  9. #9
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    Bob

    Jan 2018
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    Nice finds brother!! I love the “hunted out spots” I recently started running my Nox wide open, no descrim and full sensitivity with the small coil. I get great depth but you have to go slow and listen to all the iron but it pays off once you get used to it. Keep it up kid!! Did your brother beat you? Again?? We shall see I guess
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  10. #10
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    Well done,, I'm going out today to a new location with the CTX.
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  11. #11
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    Bryce-IL

    Aug 2007
    Wherever Silver's Hidin'
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    Nice hunt, and some good advice.
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    My field test of the Sunray X-5 coil is published in the May 2010 Issue of Western & Eastern Treasures.

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  12. #12
    us
    Jul 2018
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    Nice finds, glad you kept at it, congrats!
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  13. #13
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    Tuberale

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    Good going, washingtonian! Pretty good <s> mintmark on the dime, too.
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  14. #14
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    Great advice to play with the settings on pounded sites, congrats on your silver Rosie find!
    On sites with heavy iron I run my Deus in '0' discrimination, the sensitivity at '95' and I lower the frequency to '12'.

    This makes for a very noisy hunt, but when you swing over something non-ferrous or pure iron it really jumps out at you.
    Dave
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  15. #15

    Sep 2019
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    Nice hunting. Bryce messed with our settings a little bit last weekend. I still didn't find any coins, but I had fun. I got spoiled with a silver my first two hunts, and haven't found one since.
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