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Off the radar park giving up the goods..

Dan(NM)

Well-known member
I went back to the park today in hopes of continuing my silver streak. I had a much better hunt than I anticipated! All the keepers were over the 7" mark, the deepest 9". I dug the 4-6" stuff for awhile and finally stopped due the unbelievable amount of clad and memorials. If this place is being hunted, the guys suck at swinging the coil

As you can see, it's a wheat field lol. It's been a loooong time since I've been able to pull this many wheats from a park. Nothing is very old, but, it's a target rich environment and is paying off with a nice variety of finds. The second picture is from yesterday's hunt at the same place. Running the CTX with the 11" coil.
 

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trojdor

Well-known member
It's surprising just how much gets missed in some parks, and others seem like a vacuum was used.
Go figure...
Nice hunt :thumbup:
 
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