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The park that keeps on giving.

Dan(NM)

Well-known member
I had a very productive day hunting a city park in a nearby town which has been very good to me. Took me 7 1/2 hours to round up all these keepers. The v nickel is the fifth one I've taken out of this park in the last 2 weeks. Ended up with a nickel trifecta to boot. I think I'm going to get the 5x10 coil due to the amount of iron and debris in the places that are producing the coins. I did pretty good by going nice and slow and digging all iffy tones. I was very surprised to see the Canadian quarter come out, that's the second one I've found this year.

Nox 800

Park 1

Recovery 3

Iron Bias 0

Sens 23

Manual GB 30

2 Tones

Tone break at 10
 

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utmike

Well-known member
Nice assortment! It would be interesting to see what results the other coil produces. I've wondered if the 5x10 would be good in water with less resistance making swinging easier?
 

JimmyCT

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You have a nice combo of settings and they are paying off very nicely for you.
Great finds indeed! Iffy signals to me that don’t drop or bleed out I always dig. Many of these targets are severely masked old coins. Even though they are “iffy” they have a smoothness about them that tells me to dig.
 

Dan(NM)

Well-known member
Nice assortment! It would be interesting to see what results the other coil produces. I've wondered if the 5x10 would be good in water with less resistance making swinging easier?
Thank you. I'll look for a 5x10 and see if it helps or not. I'm sure the smaller coil would move thru the wtaer a bit easier that the 11"
 

Dan(NM)

Well-known member
You have a nice combo of settings and they are paying off very nicely for you.
Great finds indeed! Iffy signals to me that don’t drop or bleed out I always dig. Many of these targets are severely masked old coins. Even though they are “iffy” they have a smoothness about them that tells me to dig.
There definitely is a certain tonal quality to some of the iffy, scratchy signals that produce. Another thing I watch are how the VDI's are acting. Wild swings from the 20's to negative numbers are almost always some kind of iron in my soil, even if I get a consistent one way hit. I'll dig a few just to make sure ;)
 
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