Florida hurricanes a nightmare for residents, yet for detecting gives better opportunities

49er12

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Aug 22, 2013
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Rolling Rock, Pennsylvania
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Whites DFX, Notka Makro Simplex. Folks the price don’t mean everything, the question is are you willing to put in the time to learn the machine, experience will pay off I guarantee it.
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All Treasure Hunting
First as always thinking of the people and major cleanups ahead, for those experts my question is what’s the proper way to detect after a major storm and movement of sand, any videos or persons on here care to give a few pointers, thankyou and best wishes.
 

RTR

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Nov 21, 2017
8,111
32,178
Smith Mt. Lake Va.
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Teknetics Liberator
Falcon MD-20
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Blue Bowl
Angus MacKirk sluice
Miller Table
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All Treasure Hunting
Saw someones complete kitchen float by here
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Abacopest

Tenderfoot
Jan 12, 2015
7
19
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First as always thinking of the people and major cleanups ahead, for those experts my question is what’s the proper way to detect after a major storm and movement of sand, any videos or persons on here care to give a few pointers, thankyou and best wishes.
Just stay on the beach. Don’t go on private property stay out of workers way. And wait until it’s safe to go into the areas. Make sure there no curfews in effect.
 
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49er12

Bronze Member
Aug 22, 2013
1,174
1,585
Rolling Rock, Pennsylvania
Detector(s) used
Whites DFX, Notka Makro Simplex. Folks the price don’t mean everything, the question is are you willing to put in the time to learn the machine, experience will pay off I guarantee it.
Primary Interest:
All Treasure Hunting
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Appreciate the obvious usually wait a few days,
 

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