New! The Minelab Equinox: “An Advanced Guide”

Here’s the new one… Clive James Clynick is the author of some 22 previous detector “how-to” manuals, numerous articles and product reviews. In this detailed and informative book he explains the Minelab Equinox’s ground breaking technology and how it can help you to find treasure. Topics include: • Using Theory and Basic Skills to Improve […]

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Book Excerpt: “Equinox Accuracy and Skill Building”

16/ Accuracy and Skill-Building with the Minelab Equinox I can’t say enough about the importance and value of learning some theory and basic skills.  These form a “template” upon which all later learning about accuracy and site-specific applications can be ordered.  As well, this basic knowledge helps you to make sense of the large amount […]

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Book Excerpt: “Surface Hunting”

Artifacting and Surface Hunting I thought I would include an appendix with some information on surface hunting in order to impart some general “treasure awareness” to my readers.  Surface hunting is not (for most of us) about finding arrowheads although that may be what comes to hand.  Surface hunting is a mindset—or rather an open […]

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A Minelab Equinox Tip

While  my first Minelab Equinox book “…From Beginner to Advanced” suggests that you use a couple of tester to get the hang of looking for solid middle range signals, this same kind of testing is also valuable to teach “hand to eye to ear.”  By this I mean the ability to be able to hear a […]

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“The Minelab Equinox: From Beginner to Advanced” (Reviews)

“The Minelab Equinox: From Beginner to Advanced” (Readers Write…) Reader Feedback “The Minelab Equinox: From Beginner to Advanced” by Clive James Clynick (2018) Received the book. Excellent information within! Great for beginning with the Nox, as well as advanced settings and techniques for experienced users. CG Great reference that I will refer to often. Very […]

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A Few Minelab Equinox Tips

I’ll keep this brief to begin with an add to it over time.  The first thing I would point to is coil control.  With this detector–coil control is the activator of all the other target info coming in.  When you learn to use the coil to perform tests (sweep direction, length, speed) the results will […]

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Some CTX and Equinox 800 Gold and Silver from Last Week

Class ring up front 11 gr. 10k next to it 6.7 gr. 18 k back row some 2 point somethings 14 and 18k and assorted silver and glasses. Mostly with the CTX and some with the Equinox 800the conditions required both accuracy and coverage–Im normally a pulse hunter.  Did a ton of testing on the […]

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Book Excerpt: “Old School Wisdom”

2/ A Few Maxims–and the Wisdom Behind Them I recently asked a top local hunter for any tips that might go into my next book.  He replied: “Get yourself a big box of Q-Tips and clean all the wax out of your ears so you can hear the deep ones…”  Thanks–I wish it were that […]

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Review: “The Minelab Equinox: From Beginner to Advanced”

“The Minelab Equinox: From Beginner to Advanced” By Steve Herschbach (Detector Prospector Forum Administrator) “The Minelab Equinox: From Beginner to Advanced” by Clive Clynick is the first book available about the new Minelab Equinox metal detectors. The 8.5″ x 5.5″ format book is 111 pages of densely packed information that is intended to help new […]

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2016 Gold

Kind of old news but a good picture.  Cross is 14k 18.9 gr.  Whilte gold lunker is also 14k 18.5 gr.   Try my pre-hunt mantra–“big heavy gold–big heavy gold…” clivesgoldpage.com

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