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Frozen ground.
Posted by: Nox63
Date: March 10, 2019 06:31AM
I finally got a little time since the snow is melting and I tried detecting some bare spots in my yard. The ground is froze so digging in some parts was not possible other parts I could break through the frozen ground. I wanted to see how the nox 600 would do under these conditions. I have heavily hunted this part of my yard already. So in about 20 minutes I had a wheat a Memorial , 2 rivets and a nice 14k diamond ring. My very first gold ring and it was in my back yard! Park 2 recovery 3 and sensitivity I turned down from max which is what I used to always run but now I’m trying it down lower as I have read may work better. The ring was a solid 6.




Re: Frozen ground.
Posted by: Hello
Date: March 10, 2019 06:39AM
That's a beauty!

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Re: Frozen ground.
Posted by: dewcon4414
Date: March 10, 2019 06:49AM
Very nice find. Some of the most successful hunters know the trade offs. Some wont chase tiny targets, run extreme sensitivity because of the material it has to process..... which can lead to better shallow finds, some do patterns, on a beach some run N to S other days E to W,...... and some use different detectors for certain conditions. If you have pounded a certain area..... change might just be the ticket...... to finding that kind of ticket.



MDT 8000, EQ 800, CTX, Blue Xcals
Dew Meeker

Re: Frozen ground.
Posted by: laplander
Date: March 10, 2019 07:55AM
Very nice!! Congrats on your first GOLD.
Jeff

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Re: Frozen ground.
Posted by: bootyhoundpa
Date: March 10, 2019 08:54AM
Awesome score...

Re: Frozen ground.
Posted by: Mkus
Date: March 10, 2019 09:09AM
Nice ring! Belong to anyone in your family? I use park 2 90% of the time and beach modes I hunt very differently than most pays off for me like Dew says change is good In hunt patterns and settings!



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Re: Frozen ground.
Posted by: Nox63
Date: March 10, 2019 09:28AM
It doesn’t belong to anyone in my family. I Grew up in this house. I have found so much stuff in this yard. I dig a lot. I’m actually trying to get all the good signals out. I have at least 2 5gal buckets of scrap iron and junk. I hunted it in field 2 most of last year. This to me is the best detector I have had. I definitely found the most with it.

Re: Frozen ground.
Posted by: Ted S
Date: March 10, 2019 09:38AM
Very nice ring!

Re: Frozen ground.
Posted by: MassSaltH2O
Date: March 11, 2019 05:50PM
Wow! Congratulations! :cheers:

Re: Frozen ground.
Posted by: metalfun
Date: March 12, 2019 07:10AM
What a beauty.I found my oldest coin a 1832 half dime in our yard. our house was built in 1953 go figure, And I found it with an ace 250. HH

Re: Frozen ground.
Posted by: Aaron
Date: March 13, 2019 05:14PM
That’s FANTASTIC, congrats!

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