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2021 Best Finds


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Here's a few pics of last years finds. All were found in public places, mainly parks in Texas. I did hunt 1 school and 1 baseball field. My specialty is, hard hit, given up on places. I love the challenge of finding what was left behind. I use the Nox 800 and have it set up to cherry pick copper and silver 90% of the time. If I get into a really old place or around water, I'll open it up a bit. I use my tones as a discrimination , I run wide open . Total silver coin take was 117 and a 287 wheaties, total silver finds 144. Not sure how much clad I found, I cashed it in 3 different times during the year. I'm going on my 4th year with the Nox and have done very well relic, coin and water hunting during that time.

Here's my settings.

Park 1
Iron Bias F2-0
Ground balance 0
Recovery speed 3
2 tones... pitch on -9 to 17 at 3 from 18 and up at 25
Tone break at 18, unless in older places or around water.
No discrimination
Sensitivity as high as the site allows.
Coil scrubbing the ground and a slow sweep.


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Wow. Those finds are fantastic. You did well for sure. Thanks for sharing with us.


Active member
WTG. You really did well last year with your Equinox 800. Sounds like you really know your detector.