S01 E24 – Fishing For Even More Treasures After Hurricane Ian Metal Detecting New Smyrna Beach

Stuff Found on this episode

Part 2 of 2. See damaged sea walls and our non-stop finding items buried deep in the sand. Hurricane Ian cut the sand down quite a bit to reveal treasures buried.
Hurricane Ian / Tropical Storm Ian pummels Florida and drops rain that is considered a “1000 year rain occurrence”. The Detecting Duo +1 headed down to the beach to see how New Smyrna Beach changed after the storm and try to find older treasures on the beach.

New Smyrna Beach Florida is the shark bite capital of the world and one of the best beaches we love to hunt.

00:00 Intro to New Smyrna Beach After Hurricane Ian Part 2
00:09 2002 P Quarter Find
01:14 Roached Penny
01:36 Unknown Penny
02:18 2011 Penny
03:28 Zipper Pull
04:17 Unknown Dime
05:23 2000 Penny
06:08 Using The Right Kind Of Bait Fishing Lady
06:24 Wood Horn?
06:31 1998 Nickel
07:10 Really Old Can Top
08:09 Unknown Dime
09:05 2021 Penny
10:17 Unknown Penny
11:08 So What Do You Think It Is?
12:00 2016 Nickel
12:39 Stair A Missing – Terri Measured
13:04 Horseshoe Earring
14:03 2002 P Dime
14:45 White Zipper Pull
15:381996 Penny
16:49 Unknown Penny
17:13 Crusty Penny
17:52 Bubbly Penny
18:38 Stinker Sinker
19:01 Harem And A 2001 Quarter
19:48 Bubbly Penny
20:48 Large Rusty Crusty…
21:46 2017 Penny
22:18 Unknown Dime
23:02 Unknown Penny
24:05 1989 D Penny
25:01 Penny Lane
26:10 Well Marked Old Different Sinker
27:39 1993 Dime
28:25 Eyeglass Parts?
29.46 1977 D Quarter Find
30:40 Kitesurfing
30:45 Scott’s Wrap-Up

“The Detecting Duo” is a part of the New Things New Tech channel.

You can’t go wrong with either of the Metal Detectors we use on the beaches of Florida.

Terri and Nick are using the Minelab Vanquish 540 in Jewelry modes.
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Scott is using the Minelab Equinox 600 in Beach Modes 1 & 2.
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Our Garrett AT Pin Pointer Metal Detector. It’s an excellent waterproof pin pointer!
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Both detectors are mostly stock setting with all metal usually turned on. We tend to dig most everything and show what we feel are the most interesting digs.