A Review…

Clive your 2 books are Excellent and well worth the $15 bucks a piece. I have dug a hell of a lot of GOLD with your advice. More then the $30 I spent. Good, informative reading, Tinfoil –  

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Some Gold: Equinox, CTX and Excalibur / WOT

Still learning with the Equinox but getting better and better results.   About 8 of these are Equinox finds.  The high frequencies in the mix bring up a lot of ground noises and small micro conductors.  It’s a good consistency checker though especially when you learn to use the cross sweep.  Kind of wish that there […]

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Securing Your Coils for Travel.

Seeing so many horror stories (and pictures) of damaged coils these day thought I would post this.   Even the trunk of a car can be a dangerous place for a coil with stuff being knocked around.  This is a good way to protect your coil once and for all.  Take a length of pool noodle […]

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Some Gold with the Equinox

Not a bad haul–1.9 gr. pendant 14k, 8.3 gr. band 18k 4.2 gr. band 14k, and a 14k men’s ring with a little rock 7 gr.   Using an “undertune” B2 system with 2 tone to search (very lively–almost like a pulse) and 50 tone to confirm some targets.  A tip: I have not tested any […]

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MInelab Excalibur, Whites Dual Field

Another Shot of Some Loot From Parks and Beaches…

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Some Gold from the Past Few Years…

It’s about 7 pounds and represents a lot of water up the nose… cjc

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A Minelab Care Equinox Tip

Probably not as fun as some of the great in-iron Equinox methods our U.K buddies are discovering but just as important.  All detector cables wear.  A good and highly knowledgeable buddy of mine once told me:  “your cables are like your veins.”  Great advice.  I’m on my second coil with this detector–and am resolved to […]

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Identifying “Can Slaw” (or any Problem Target) with the Equinox

Got a good question from a guy today:  “…wondering the best way to identify, conquer and quit digging  aluminum can slaw, its spread all over on some park sites near my home.” This is a good question to illustrate the value of developing broad based target testing skills–even if you don’t use them all the […]

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Gold 2 as a Beach or Pasture Mode for the Equinox

This is an excellent mode (G2) for using the Equinox’s speed and bias to pick out clean metal amongst alloys and iron. I run it with some disc (to +6) to stabilize and use the cross sweep to determine how an object relates to the surrounding ground.  (This disc setting is more of a practice […]

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Some of my Top Pro Buddy’s Recent Finds

Some of my top pro buddy’s recent finds. 19 gr. chain, 12.2 gr. 14k with stones, and a massive Cartier band… clivesgoldpage.com

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