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Posted by: slingshot
Date: February 10, 2012 07:53PM
Well, my Tracker is my "scout" machine-I get in a competition hunt mode and just blow through a place to see if there's any thing and it saves me hours of hunt time as it doesn't overreact to the small stuff like teeny foil. Today I went back to the city park and instead of hunting the tot lots like everyone else, I decided to go out in the park area with the Tracker and do a quick once over. Wow! Was I shocked. The biggest thrill was the FOUR $1 coins in a 5 foot area. One was at least 8" deep in the e flower bed with loose soil. It started out finding the first two outside the flower bed and so I just made a big circle with the sensitivity turned up to 3 o'clock instead of 1 o'clock where I was running it and that's when I hit the 8" one-probably made deeper by the gardener. Then a foot away the fourth one at about 5". The funniest signal was the "sick duck" sound on the coin spill which turned out to be 3 nickels covering a couple of zincers. I knew it wasn't a tab-actually thought it was a ring. The high tone tried to hang in there, but the nickels would override part of the signal. The costume jewelry piece first gave a high tone then a low tone. Cheap metal. Thanks for looking.

Good strategic thinking there Slingshot :clapping:
Posted by: mudpuppy
Date: February 11, 2012 07:39AM
Good to see you think this out a little, and then have the skills to find the loot. Those multidenom spills/slanted/stacks are out there, and I think passed up by most high graders. One of the most pleasureable ways of hunting...swinging "scout", finding the "lane" and zooming in on the goods!. Nice Job!

Nasty words, and suggestive post.

Re: Tracker hunt this pm...
Posted by: Karl
Date: February 11, 2012 10:11PM
Congrats on your finds !! too cold for me today !! :detecting:

"Keep Digging Its Down There Somewhere"

TENNESSEE - Bounter Hunter Tracker IV, Bounty Hunter Pioneer 101 , Famous Trails MD3005 ,Cen-Tech Pin Pointer MD

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