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Can anyone help recommend a scoop for beach hunting for me?

BenG76

Member
I moved from the VA mountains to Southeast GA back in the summer. I plan to do some detecting locally but I am an hour to two hours from several beaches in GA and FL and I want to start hitting the beach maybe once or twice a month or so. Can anyone help to recommend a good quality scoop that will last. I don't mind paying up for something that will last. I doubt I would go out in the water very far but I may wade a bit. Thanks in advance for any help.
 

galwayboy

Active member
I've got the Xtreme Titanium X2 and love it. Light enough to carry all day. Thinking about getting a new X3 in stainless
 

Wild Willy

Active member
Ben, where in S.E. Ga.? I have an extra scoop you can have until you decide exactly what you want. If you want, I'll bring it to you. or meet you where ever. I grew up in Brunswick and still live fairly close . Oh yes, It would be a gift not a loan.
 

BenG76

Member
Ben, where in S.E. Ga.? I have an extra scoop you can have until you decide exactly what you want. If you want, I'll bring it to you. or meet you where ever. I grew up in Brunswick and still live fairly close . Oh yes, It would be a gift not a loan.
Sent you a message. Thanks
 

Wild Willy

Active member
I live near Millen between Augusta and Statesboro, closer to Statesboro, on a farm. I don't farm and never have. Still detecting though---a little. Old age has grabbed me. Still got a decent mind and body considering my age. Home phone is 478-982-1902. I help people not use them.
 

dewcon4414

Active member
StarvR is a reasonably priced scope $140. Then put a $15 fiberglass shovel handle on it. Get one with a point so it don’t roll on you in the water. If you are just dry sand hunting they have pretty cheap one. Depends on …. Where you use it(dry, wet, or in the water) also the type of material (fine grain, medium shells or mud).
 
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