Thu, 19 November 2015
The girl who sent me the email was frantic. Her husband's wedding ring had come off his finger while he was raking leaves. Did I know where she could rent a metal detector?
So of course I offered to try to find his ring for her.
This show is the story of that hunt, with tips on choosing the best detector for the job, and how to set your detector up for best results.
Also some questions to ask yourself. Should you charge, should you ask permission to continue detecting after you've found the missing ring?
Did we find the ring?
I think the photo gives you the answer to that question.
For articles on getting better depth from your detector, no matter what make or model, and accessories you should consider carrying, visit http://treasuremanual.com.
Thu, 5 November 2015
Other sports do it, why not us? Yes, keep a lot of stats on your treasure hunting, impress your friends!
I hope your CFPT is high, and your NUFHPO is low. (And remember, your CFPT is determined by dividing your NOCF by your NOHT.)
Confused? I explain it all in just over three minutes.
And thank treasure hunter extraordinaire Dick Stout for these ideas. Check out his blog at https://stoutstandards.wordpress.com/.
More articles about treasure hunting here: http://treasuremanual.com.