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 […]
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. […]
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 […]
750, 7.2 gr. Seeing them going for $795 USD on Ebay. CTX 3030 using a gold program.
16/ Accuracy This is another machine value that can be effective–but not in any situation. As with any of these tools there is a trade-off to be mediated. An accurate machine is not necessarily the one that will go the deepest. It may also mislead you due to sand or soil conditions, target inclination, masking […]
59.5 Gr. PT found by my buddy over the last couple of months. Biggest in the middle 14.7 gr.
Still haven’t found anything deeper or as conclusive as this Fisher CZ5 10″ coil. It’s modded with (legendary) “Mr Goldmaster” phones.
Quite a beautifully crafted Russian chain, 14K tri-tone 77 grams. Found by Roland with the Minelab CTX 3030. We’ve had good results with this detector using such settings as “Andy’s Beach” and “Jay’s Gold” programs.
My buddy found this set up on the edge yesterday with his Minelab CTX 3030. The main stone is about .80 princess cut.