What do you recommend for dowsing maps?

Cold front came through, went out to get new photos of the tree. Leaves are down, you can see it better. Believe this is what they call a clump birch. Has 2 smaller tree trunks off the side at an angle. You can compare with spooky photo diggers took at WW2 dig site. WW2 site photo is more like original and less cropped with the tree more visible.
 

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Anyone looking for maps to check, these all look the same. #005 is zoomed out and takes in all maps #001-004. E-pin is also #005 map (without pins).
 

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Adding a map the right edge calling it #007. They intentionally sunk, a freighter close to pin (right of) to help extend reef area. Even though a long distance out from shore (Florida East Coast) there are reefs good for diving and a sunken steamer, fishing boat, other type wrecks such as tugs or barges. Depth ranges from 29 feet up to 19 feet with underwater cliffs, valleys, peaks.

Adding 2 reef sites very popular with wreck divers and even underwater photographers.
Reef 006- a group of small reefs with several shipwrecks.
Reef 0006- from here extends nearly for 10 miles. Has a sunken steamer wreck along with various other type of shipwrecks.

If I was going to check things out, hit #1 (arrow) would be one of them @ *&*** 30°20'41.82"N 81° 7'45.60"W
A little SE is Clayton Holler.
Clayton Holler is an area of reefs and ledges that is very popular with divers in Jacksonville. It's a great place to explore
 

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