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|Three Rings Found In Coin Line|
Finds and Photo by Doug E.
Here is what Doug E. said.
Thanks to your research on coin line formation I was able to determine from the wave direction, tides, and beach cams that a line was likely forming near Cocoa.
On Sunday I quickly found and followed the line for almost 2 miles. From the condition of the coins and rings one could tell it was all older material.
Most of the targets were at the same depth. More research is less less hard work digging.
Please keep on with the study, it really helps in the field.
Thanks for sharing Doug, And congratulations!
Notice the predominance of discolored coins along with the other varied items, including sinkers and rings.
You can indeed save time by learning to locate coin lines or coin holes. Once you locate one, it can be worth working it completely.
When targets are densely distributed, I'll pick it clean and then go back over it. It seems that removing the obvious signals, you can then tighten up and focus on the less obvious signals. That can produce gold that otherwise would be missed if you didn't go back over the area.
As I've said before the idea of cleaning out a coin line or hole is not to find clad coins, it is to get the better items that might be associated with the line or hole.
Yesterday, I first went north to see what the beach around the bend looked like. It wasn't any good. I then turned around and went back south. After walking a good distance I found a cut that I could not see from where I walked onto the beach.
Binoculars are a good idea when you want to be able to see a little farther down the beach.
Top ten lost treasures of the world.
Dan B. gave this great tip. When searching for quality reports and studies include the term pdf with your search terms. It does help weed out the useless stuff and provides better search results.
We have a new tropical storm, Joaquin. We also have two disturbances.
On the Treasure Coast we've had a south wind for what seems like years. This morning the wind was blowing off-shore.
Despite Joaquin sitting east of the Bahamas, we're still not getting any beneficial changes. Jaoquin will probably move north instead of closer to us.
Expect a three to five foot surf today and a foot or so higher tomorrow. That is getting up there. It will do some good if we can get some decent angles.