Silver, silver everywhere – live digs coinshooting silver on private property. E-trac lessons for two-tone ferrous at beautiful places. HD viewing mode recommended, I removed the fisheye effect, there’s lots of detail in the video. Detector sounds on 90% of the live digs. Many more live digs coming now that my GoPro is
I have obtained permissions in a couple of houses in South East Central Kentucky and swung by one of them to check one out (I didn’t have time to do much hunting as I was heading over to see my beautiful daughters WIN a marching band competition.) It’s a virgin site. And so far, the
I decided to hit a local town and do some freestyling. I drove around a bit in a historic area and ended up seeing a place with a beautiful big yard, dating from around 1830-1840. I built up the nerve and knocked on the door. The owner couldn’t be any nicer. He had bought the
Did a video of some of my hunting Father’s day weekend. Ended up a 6 silver weekend with 3 Rosies, 2 Mercs and a Barber dime, and did live dig video on two of them. This video is fun because of a 5-coin 1910s pocketspill (copper and nickle.) Enjoy and subscribe!
Three hunts captured including two with silver pocketspills. First video showing the use of my new Lesche Sampson 31-T shovel – which I *love* … next time I’ll do better on wrap-up video and holding coins up to show viewers.
I love old farmhouses. Somewhere East of Lexington I was granted permission to hunt an 1899 farmhouse near a highway. The hunt didn’t quite turn out as I expected, the coins were a lot more modern than I’d hoped. The silver I retrieved was 1929 or newer and it was a mystery why I wasn’t
The first few days with the Etrac were definitely frustrating. I walked home with CLAD after three hours of hunting. But things rapidly improved. Oh, and the seated quarter was an 1853 and obliterated. Oh well.