Took the E-Trac out today to try and find a little silver and shoot a vid with the new camera… I hit several old houses that I had never hunted before.. Fill had had his way with two of the yards and I only found modern clad and junk… I moved around on one yard to where the landscaper hadn’t gotten to it.
After posting the first class ring found last week on Facebook, I got a message from a distraught mother whose son had lost his new ring in a field playing ball. After about 10 mins of scanning with the AT Pro I got a low 40′s number that was loud, looked in the grass and there it was…
I only had about 30 mins to hunt today and sped off down 49th street toward Durant to do a little coin hunting with my new Garrett AT Pro.. About a mile from my house, I drove up on a car with the hazard lights on and 3 teenagers walking around kicking the leaves on the side of road. So I stopped and asked what they were looking for.
I was recently asked for help on trying to find good targets with the Garrett AT Pro. One in particular on not digging trashy targets vs coins or “good” targets.
Here is a video of basic things that can possibly help.
Last month, Garrett's lead man Steve Moore and Cameraman Brian McKenzie had been coming up mid week, to film video of us using the new AT Gold and AT Pro. We had an awesome hunt for the first video. Several buttons were found along with a cannon ball.
With rain and short days, I’m just not getting alot of hunting done. Luckily the last few days have been dry and I did find some goodies. First day saw me in Durant and I did find a few wheats and a 1928 mercury dime.
Garrett Detector front man, Steve Moore and Cameraman Brian McKenzie along with Bart Davis with www.bigboyshobbies.net and I got together this week to film a relic hunting video. Steve brought Garrett’s new ATGold and I eagerly used it to learn a new detector.
With the shrinking of the days and it getting colder, my everyday hunting after 5:00 is stopped. Only able to hunt on weekends and if it rains I’m just out of luck. So in order to get enough footage for a vid, I filmed back to back weekends and did ok. Found several silvers, alot of wheaties, and some relics.. Nothing to get excited about but still got to get out and enjoy the hunt.
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Freak on a Lesche and I gained permission to an old Homeplace in Durant. It was a three story that was built around the turn of the century.. We found several nice relics, a few buffaloes, an Indian Head penny, 1 merc(freaks), a handfull of older wheats. The find of the day was this Indian Territory token.
This video was made several months ago and I am trying to catch up on some old posts.
Story is I finally persuaded a friend of mine to breaking down and purchasing an E-Trac and well He hasn’t looked back since. This video is us checking a good spot that really produced for me. He had all of about 10 hrs total time on the E-Trac when this was shot and well the vid speaks for itself