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1st Short Hunt with Treasure Pro
Posted by: pescadore
Date: January 29, 2018 02:18PM
Today has been a great day so far. I went to the Post Office and picked up my Treasure Pro Geared Up Package. I got home and assembled it and took it immediately outside to check it on a 7 inch quarter that I had buried a few days ago. The F70 would not give any kind of ID on this coin and would only hit it in all metal. The Treasure Pro ID'ed the coin and so I was very happy. I took the TP to an area that I have been hunting and hit hard with both the F70 and the Amigo II and the finds were few and far between but got a good 70-71 signal at three inches and decided to dig it. I first thought it was junk or maybe a rabies tag but I couldn't find a year on it. I decided to take it home and try to clean it up a little. It's not in great shape but it is part of an advertising stick pin from the early 1900's. It says Dr. Bells Pine Tar Honey in the center of the bell shape and cures cough on the bottom. I was very happy that on the first day with my new machine that I had found something so cool. It is very nice to be back hunting with a machine that I know and love.



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Re: 1st Short Hunt with Treasure Pro
Posted by: Old California
Date: January 31, 2018 11:15AM
That's a super find! What a way to kickoff a first hunt with Treasure Pro, congratulations!

Looking so forward to seeing future finds, Congrats!

Paul



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Re: 1st Short Hunt with Treasure Pro
Posted by: pescadore
Date: January 31, 2018 01:23PM
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Old California
That's a super find! What a way to kickoff a first hunt with Treasure Pro, congratulations!

Looking so forward to seeing future finds, Congrats!

Paul

Thanks Paul, It was a good start !!!



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Re: 1st Short Hunt with Treasure Pro
Posted by: Bearharold
Date: January 31, 2018 04:46PM
Very good hunt Pescadore , thats a tremendous find . I had a treasure pro a couple years ago but mine didn't read /detect very well so I sold it , found out after I sold it that it had a internal problem and wasn't reading the targets right ( Was reading good targets as iron so I was missing a lot of good targets cause I was discriminating iron out ) I really liked the set up and the way that detector worked so I replaced it with a Fisher F44 which are very similar . I hope you continue to do well with yours their nice detectors in a good
price range .



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Re: 1st Short Hunt with Treasure Pro
Posted by: pescadore
Date: January 31, 2018 05:44PM
Thanks, this is not my first Treasure Pro and had a couple of them before I took a break from detecting. I really think that it's a great little machine and is certainly all the detector I need right now. I hope to get a waterproof machine before summer time and tubing season starts on the river. I am so glad to be back swing a Whites machine because I just know what to expect from them. Hope you are liking the F44 and HH.
Pesc



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