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Multi target hole madness

Coast

Member
The other day I was a little bored and went to a “hunted out park” they had been watering in an area that typically stays somewhat dry most of the year. I was resetting the noise cancel fairly regularly when I got a nickel signal fairly deep and sketchy, swinging from a different direction it was a sketchy penny signal then at 45 degrees a high tone with iron most of the time it was a grunt squeak hoot chirp numbers all over the place. So I dug and there it was, a buff on edge a penny two inches away with a square nail an inch under both. The Ctx is an awesome metal hound it can’t lie you just have to trust it. Oh ya we have some severe mineralization.
 

Jayyes

New member
The other day I was a little bored and went to a “hunted out park” they had been watering in an area that typically stays somewhat dry most of the year. I was resetting the noise cancel fairly regularly when I got a nickel signal fairly deep and sketchy, swinging from a different direction it was a sketchy penny signal then at 45 degrees a high tone with iron most of the time it was a grunt squeak hoot chirp numbers all over the place. So I dug and there it was, a buff on edge a penny two inches away with a square nail an inch under both. The Ctx is an awesome metal hound it can’t lie you just have to trust it. Oh ya we have some severe mineralization.
Yeah I have been working a park that everyone says has been detected out, It has been very good to me many Silvers, a 1864 2 Cent, buff's, etc this park goes back to 1850 and there is a serious trash layer of pull tabs, screwtops, and iron, on the CTX green number on the right shows mineralization at 4-6. I work a 4 foot by 20 foot area for hours super slow and the CTX will hit on all signals. I love hunting old parks its like playing detective set the machine to match and you will pick'em out.
 

ironman200081

Active member
T I was resetting the noise cancel fairly regularly when I got a nickel signal fairly deep and sketchy, swinging from a different direction it was a sketchy penny signal then at 45 degrees a high tone with iron most of the time it was a grunt squeak hoot chirp numbers all over the place. So I dug and there it was, a buff on edge a penny two inches away with a square nail an inch under both. The Ctx is an awesome metal hound it can’t lie you just have to trust it.
Yes! This is one of the best features of the CTX. I enjoy watching it "tell" me that I have multiple targets under coil.
 

Coast

Member
I think this pic says it all, i dug the nail first then the trx sniffed out the silver, I placed the nail back just as I found it. I got the high signal from one direction only. Low and slow. 😄
 

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