How low can you go? (in the ground, that is)

A few years back I read an online article by NASA Tom that set me on a journey to try to find the deepest detector around.

In his article, Tom discusses a project he undertook at the site of an old fort in Florida. You can read the original article here but the gist of it is that 95% of all desirable, non-ferrous targets (coins and relics and such) are still in the ground being maliciously masked by iron AND that there is a plethora of such targets at 12.5 – 14 inches deep!!

I know some of you don’t want to dig a 12 inch hole but if you do, take heart, your efforts are likely to be rewarded.

Happy Hunting!

pulltabMiner

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About pulltabMiner

I like metal detecting and playing the ukulele. I am a better metal detectorist than I am a uke player. I also like doing things with my two sons like fishing, biking, and otherwise goofing around. In the past I have grown vegetables with great success but since we got the big dog, nothing lives in my yard that he decides should not. Occasionally, the drawing bug bites me and I draw with pencil and ink. I've dabbled in foreign languages and my latest obsession is mining and trading cryptocurrencies. I think of myself as a well rounded nerd.

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