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Best gold-optimized pulses ever made IMHO, 9v, stable, black sand beast…. All working-I’ll be buried with them… cjc clivesgoldpage.com

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…a satisfied customer–thanks!

I have purchased virtually every book that Clive has written. All have paid for themselves many times over. These are not rewritten user manuals, these are well written books that teach you what questions to ask, and teaches you how to answer them. A good critique of a machine thru the eyes of an experienced […]

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New Book: The Minelab Equinox: “From Beginner to Advanced”

The Minelab Equinox: “From Beginner to Advanced” (2018) I’m proud to announce my new book on the Minelab Equinox.   This is a very versatile and exciting detector.  It’s of special interest to me because of its clean signal transmission, high gain “punch” and low conductor sensitivity–a great gold and silver machine.   It also has superb […]

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Some of My Top Pro Buddy’s CTX 3030 Silver Finds

Quite an impressive lot of silver from the last couple of months.  Roland is the most determined and most effective shoreline hunter I know.   He uses a rock tumbler to clean them up.  Roland hunts with a modified Minelab CTX 3030 and Excalibur.                   clivesgoldpage.com  

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Book review- Water Hunting: Secrets of the Pros Volume 2

Book review- Water Hunting: Secrets of the Pros Volume 2 I recently had the opportunity to read Clive Clynicks latest book called Water Hunting: Secrets of the Pros Volume II. If you have ever read any of Clive’s books you will understand that he is a very passionate and traveled Professional Hunter and takes the […]

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Book Excerpt: “Coverage”

Coverage As touched upon above–some sites just need to be covered.  The trade-off here is that the large coils which cover ground best, are usually heavy, and exhausting to drag though the water or swing.  With proper preparation (stretching beforehand, using a back brace, frequent breaks…) it can be done though. It’s worth noting here […]

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Book Excerpt: “CTX 3030 “Trade-offs”

II/ CTX 3030 “Trade-offs” As with any detector, getting the best performance from the CTX requires that the operator understand and mediate a number of “trade-offs”.  These consist of a choice and one or more ways (adjustments or method changes) that allow you to affect that choice: Noise / Stability -can you hear and identify […]

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Minelab CTX 3030 Book Excerpt: “CTX 3030 Big Coil Gold Hunting”

22/ CTX 3030 Big Coil Gold Hunting The first time I took the CTX 17” coil out was both a “rude awakening” and the beginning of an important learning process.  I jumped into a deep section with it, swished around for a while and heard absolutely nothing.  Later when I returned with a pulse–the same […]

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Book Excerpt: “CTX 3030 Gold Skills”

1/ Spuriousness and Distorted Responses In some ways the CTX is highly accurate–other not. a/ Target Size. The CTX’s high Gain circuitry acts to make all targets sound bigger.  This sometimes makes it hard to identify objects that are too small to be of value.  The solution is to use the Pinpoint feature to see […]

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CTX 3030 Book Excerpt: “Learning from Adversity”

27/ “Learning from Adversity” One thing that’s helped me to understand this detector is learning what it won’t do.  When you hope to acquire and identify the smallest, weakest signal out there –in the worst, most inconsistent environment, having this mental “benchmark” is a handy tool.  Of necessity, in winter–I bench test detectors in my […]

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