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IT'S NEVER TOO COLD, FOR MAX TO FIND GOLD!:jump:
Posted by: John-Edmonton
Date: October 06, 2017 12:44AM


It was a bit frosty in the water. Gone is the wet-suit, in with the chest waders. Earlier in the week, some places got a foot of snow south of where I live. I was wondering what the lake conditions would be like today???



As I got closer, there was snow on the side of the roads......could be COLD!



Ahhhh! No snow on the beach, no ice in the water, just a couple hundred of Canadian Geese resting/feeding, before they head south and crap in my neighbors down south.




The water was cold on the deeper levels, but fine in the shallow stuff. All my 4 rings came from the deep water. Here is the good, the bad and the ugly. Just about a dollar in change.




And the BEST!




Finished off the day by building a fire and roasting some hot-dogs. Man......what a great day! I wish it could be autumn all year round. :)

And, I could run the MAX wide open with a little bit of chatter at this location. I could easily distinguish a target! I hunted in true all metal mode, which is a beast for depth. On the other end was my favorite coil, the 9" x 12" coil, the deepest of the lot in good ground. One of my pennies was 3 scoops deep. I won't tell you how deep that is, as you wouldn't believe me. I have had 7 different detectors that can hunt in the water, and the AT MAX is by far the best producer in the water including deep rings and coins.


Re: IT'S NEVER TOO COLD, FOR MAX TO FIND GOLD!:jump:
Posted by: Thylacine
Date: October 06, 2017 07:24PM
John.

You seem to be having fantastic luck with your AT MAX, I read that many others are not doing so well with their machines. Most complain about VDI numbers being erratic, some have said that a change to an aftermarket coil has helped. I'm guessing that these guys aren't following the instructions and 'learning' their new machine. I man who published a podcast used to say "low and slow" has this been forgotten, (I learned a lot from listening to that podcast) I'm seeing swing speeds on YouTube that are way too fast for a VLF machine. I'm not seeing folks ground balancing, but I am seeing people run their machines at the maximum settings, I use an ACE 350 and there are very few places in OZ that I can set it to the maximum. Have people forgotten the basics?

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