Archive for the ‘Finds’ Category
Dave is one of the DetectorStuff forum moderators and an active poster. He is an avid beach hunter and member of CRABS (Carolina Relic and Beach hunting Society). I read this post (originally seen HERE) and saw some cool tips and beach hunting information…since detectorstuff is about “learning”, I asked Dave if we could post it here on the “main” site.
There’s allot of different styles, some work better than others, some work one day and not the next, some just don’t work on certain beaches or for certain people but here’s mine.
DetectorStuff Member Carl Cladoff recently responded to my inquiry about reading beach cuts…and how to find the goodies therein. His response (originally seen HERE) give great insight into the awesome dynamics of surf and wind…and how they factor into whether you finish a hunt with treasure…or nothing! Thanks for allowing me to publish this Carl! -Mark
Yo Mark! I usually refer to those ‘sand cliffs’ you see primarily in the fall and winter as a cut…terminology may vary depending on where you are…
Posted originally at www.findmall.com by Andy Sabisch
Andy Sabisch is an avid detectorist, writer and reviewer who has contributed to the hobby for years. I ran across this post over at Findmall.com, one of the largest detecting hobby sites on the web. I was so impressed I asked Andy for permission to post it here…he graciously consented.
PLEASE NOTE: This is NOT intended to discourage posting…on the contrary, post all ya want! Andy’s point is to be careful WHAT you post… don’t give away your sites, be careful about posting historically important finds, etc.
Over the years I have seen many posts that leave me scratching my head wondering what the person was thinking or should I say not thinking when they hit the final ENTER key. With some of the controversy that has come up on this forum and others lately, I wanted to pass on some points to consider when you are thinking of posting something . . . . do with it what you may: