digging minus

bxlarry

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In all metal mode using a minelab equinox 60 on the beach in south Florida, is it advisable to dig minus 5 & minus 6?
 
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Not in my book, unless you want to find tent stakes.
 

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It depends. I dig everything in the wet, unless there is a lot of small iron pieces. Dry sand I don’t dig any minus signals. I always dig the foil sounds.
 
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In all metal mode using a minelab equinox 60 on the beach in south Florida, is it advisable to dig minus 5 & minus 6?

If these targets are solid lock -5 and -6. Don't even pause, keep going.
 
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bxlarry

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thanks, i thought so
 

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