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Detecting in Fresh Water


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I have no experience here so hopefully those who do will chime in.

Coin Rescue Inc

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It costs as little as 10 cents to run some beach tests. If you loose the dime, Oh Well.
If you want to test a gold ring tie a string to it.

I use the Maco Multi Kruzer and in 19 Khz and 22 is a hot number for 18k rings.

Also at the beaches I try there are not a lot of targets. So I often dig everything. That help you learn the good and bad numbers.


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And ghats a good example of why 11 was eliminated from the 1-11 iron discrimination. 11 was put back in the 11-20 run because the YouTube guy showed then gold chains were showing as 11


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I like to use all metal as well. Last year I used my simplex in fresh water with no problems what so ever. I tried all of the factory programs but ended up using all metal mode for most of the day. I did dig a few bobby pins and other trash but most of the signals were either coins or jewelry.