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Bounty hunter and beach searches
Posted by: Nugget1234
Date: December 26, 2018 03:02PM
I have a quick silver. What bounty hunter is best for beach hunting

Re: Bounty hunter and beach searches
Posted by: Nugget1234
Date: December 26, 2018 09:36PM
First timer got a quick silver bounty hunter is it good for beach searching or what other bounty hunter is best or what about go find 66

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Posted by: Nugget1234
Date: December 27, 2018 12:38AM

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Re: Bounty hunter and beach searches
Posted by: Nugget1234
Date: December 31, 2018 11:51AM
Anyone got any tips for this newbie on beach hunting

Re: Bounty hunter and beach searches
Posted by: LawrencetheMDer
Date: January 13, 2019 09:57PM
You shouldn't have any problems with dry sand beach. In the wet/salt water sand, you'll need to turn down your sensitivity to reduce chatter, as is the case with all single VLF metal detectors. Try to avoid touching wet salty sand with the detector.
As noted in the Quick Silver manual:
In saltwater, keep the search coil away from contact with the ground.
Contact with saltwater sands will cause the detector to beep falsely. For
best result in saltwater, eliminate IRON to reduce false signals caused by
conductive beach sands. Coil sweep technique is also important in
saltwater; keeping the coil submerged is better than dunking and lifting.
The detector needs time to readjust to the conductive salt water.

Re: Bounty hunter and beach searches
Posted by: ShellySanford
Date: February 01, 2019 02:06PM
Great advice! I thought maybe crabs took my loot !! I had SO many pings on the wet sand with BH SS II. Thanks

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