Book Excerpt: “Downloading and Using Programs with the CTX 3030 ExChange Software”

45/ Downloading and Using Programs with the CTX ExChange Software When I opened the graphics of the ExChange2 software I was a bit intimidated.  Once I saw how simple and intuitive it was–it became second nature.  First install the software from the disc and register. Open up the program and source a program fine to […]

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This Year’s Gold So Far: 6.7 ozs.

I’ve certainly had worse years and still going yet.  Couple of standouts in the front include a .50 rock, a 22 k band 7.9 gr. a Cartier band, a 14.7 gr. PT band and a lunker 18k band 11.7 gr.   The chain is 20 gr. 14k cross 18k. I’ve heard people say that “it’s all […]

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Couple of Good Hunts Last Week

50 Grams total–Russian chain is 14k pendant 18k 20 grams, the other pendant is 18k and the rest is 14k–largest band at center is 7.9 gr.  Did a lot of work with the CTX 3030 and tested a few pulses.  The CTX is a strong salt water performer–it was hitting small tabs down over 12″ […]

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CTX 3030 Wand Fix

When I noticed that the isolator on my CTX was staring to rotate a bit and shorten when I leaned on it the first suspect was that the soft carbon fibre was wearing.  Turns out it’s the cam-lock.  This can easily be solved by rotating it completely and looking for the worn areas that contact […]

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My Silver Secrets

Finding silver coins at inland sites is a great challenge.  I also enjoy taking an old coin from the ground and wondering what the world was like when it was lost.  Here’s some of the methods tthat have worked well for me. 1/ I always look for something that would cause silver to be lost […]

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“A Snorkel of Great Beauty!”

Behold the exquisite beauty of this rare “Oceanmaster Taiwan” snorkel..  These are not easy to find–there are even knock-offs around as they are no longer made.  If you get in the habit of breaching more or less vertically the valve is bone dry–best I’ve seen.  The tube is super wide for nice breaths.  They come […]

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Book Excerpt: “Do What Others Won’t, or Can’t”

“Do What Others Won’t, or Can’t” This is an idea I’ve heard expressed by several top hunters.  The trick is figuring out what that is.  As the example below will illustrate, rather than just being discouraged by the presence of other hunters, it’s important to try and observe just what they are doing and how […]

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“When in doubt–buy a machine…”

2 of 3 Dual Fields one modded by Bill Lahr to 12 uSc–PI Pro threshold / “front end”. Fisher CZ 5 “Mr Goldmaster” phones Minelab Excalibur “Blue Tubes” interchangeable coils and phones. Eric Foster CS6PI 10″ coil Eric Foster Goldquest Aquasearch 12″ coil Anchor Electronics Barracuda (2) 8 & 12″ coils. Whites TDI Pro waterproof […]

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Book Excerpt: Excalibur / Sovereign Signal Quality Charts

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Book Excerpt: “Sand Textures”

Sand Textures This is equally as important as the grade.  As we move into examining the site conditions in deeper water, the texture of the material becomes more important.  Sand texture determines whether or not there will be heavy targets present. A big part of “staying off the light stuff” involves being able to recognize when […]

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