I went out this morning for a couple of hours with my Blisstool V3 metal detector to the small park I’ve been hunting lately.
My plan was simple: dig.
It is my opinion that you cannot learn and master your metal detector unless you dig a lot of trash. To train my ear, I dug and dug and dug until I could dig no more. I dug a lot of shallow targets. By doing that, I could see that the discriminator circuitry works really well when it comes to targets down to about 7 inches. I dug some deep targets too and past 7 inches the discriminator got fooled a few times but still it was impressive.
I am slowly honing in to the sweet signals. The 1910 wheat pictured above was such a signal. This tiny park still has a lot to give up, and I am just the guy to get it.
Thank you for stopping by.