Book Exerpt: “Understanding the Gold Signal”

21/ Understanding the Gold Signal Compared to the challenge of  finding gold jewelry at inland sites–coins are easy.  For one thing, as you go further up the conductivity scale, there are fewer targets–not so with the middle range.  Also, as the price of gold has risen, there is less around.  However, the amount of trash  […]

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How I Hunt for Gold in the Water with the Minelab CTX 3030

The Sovereign and Excalibur were my first introduction to a kind of detector that has a heavily processed signal.  What I mean by that is that a lot of things happen in-between ground and headphone.  With this kind of machine, if your settings are correct–there’s a lot of benefits, but if you try to push […]

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So Far this Year…CTX 3030 and Whites Dual Field Gold Finds

A lot of bands.  Best in the middle: rock 50 pts in 18k, a ban d 18k 7 gr., PLAT 14.3 gr., 18k 11.3 gr. & A Cartier band 18K 7.2 gr.  Total 3.9 ozs.  I’ve g0tten good results with the CTX 3030 using Andy’s Beach and Jay’s Gold programs and my trusty Dual Field–a […]

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CTX3030 Scores Some Silver

Thought I would post this just to say what worked.  Obviously a ’66 quarter is nothing to run screaming with but here’s how I got it from a new park site.  First I looked for the old-growth trees.  Then I started hunting around them paying attention to the depth meter.  These readings were encouraging–showing targets […]

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A 40's ladies band, 18K, 12 grams found with the Aquasearch.

Book Exerpt: “Grades: The Big Picture”

10/ Grades: “The Big Picture” The overall grade of a shoreline site is the most important thing to understand. This is critical “make or break” site knowledge. I’ve even seen top pro hunters get into a site and waste time up on ground that was just too high to have any heavy targets–they just weren’t […]

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Book Exerpt: “Shoreline Classification and Exchange”

Exchange Exchange is something that happens on shorelines that have some level of wave action. Where you have a faster wave interval, more material is pushed in than is drawn out. When the waves subside, this same material falls back out into deeper water. Sometimes objects are carried in with this sand and deposited either […]

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W/P White’s TDI Pro Build

This has been a very long and detailed project.  At first it looked like the TDI Pro board would go into a UK case but it was a tiny bit too small and would have needed Vishay pots.  These are much more durable.  The new Pelican 1170 case is for handguns–quite big but given that […]

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Last Week: 2 . 4 Ounces of Gold

A very hard week in the water against some very tough competition.    I used some of the methods described in my new book: “Water Hunting Secrets of the Pros: Volume 11”-assessing the sites fully and determining when it was necessary to cover ground, get depth with my pulse machines (Dual Field, CS6PI), or pick […]

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My new book: “Water Hunting: Secrets of the Pros, Volume II”

My new book is an advanced guide aimed at helping the serious shoreline treasure hunter to fully understand the sites you hunt and become more versatile,  accurate and effective in your methods. “Water Hunting: Secrets of the Pros: Volume 11” Clive James Clynick is the author of some 18 previous detecting books and numerous articles.  […]

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1,600 + Last Week: Cartier and PLAT

A very hard week–ran the CTX3030, the Whites Dual Field, and the CS6PI.  Fought the seas hard for every one of these–my “coach” Roland was impressed.  Extreme sanded in conditions–had to really look around for any decent ground to work. 6 Got a Cartier band, 7.2 gr, a PT band 14.3 gr.  a 14k,  7.9 […]

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