S01 E27 – Finding Claddagh By Going Deep! Metal Detecting New Smyrna Beach

Stuff Found on this episode (S01 E27 and E28)


Meeting a fellow detectorist. More down on the beach around 27th Avenue. Today we find a very special ring with sapphire and diamonds! We also found a lot of older U.S. coins on this treasure hunt and other items.

The beach is still cut way down exposing more old and crusty goodies. Another non-stop finding of items buried deep in the sand. Hurricane Ian cut the sand down quite a bit to reveal hidden treasures.

Hurricane Ian / Tropical Storm Ian pummels Florida and drops rain that is considered a “1000 year rain occurrence”.

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 27th Avenue area
00:19 Chatting with Steve
01:57 Unknown Metal
02:19 Unknown Metal Pellet
03:33 Penny Unknown
04:51 Pull Tab
05:35 2017 Quarter
06:17 1980 Quarter
07:13 1996 Quarter
08:06 Unknown Metal
09.03 Brass Button
09:24 1979 Penny
10:11 Seagulls dive fishing
10:46 Gate Hinge
11:33 Finding Claddagh
12:29 Battery Time
13:28 Bolt
14:23 Beaver Tail
15:24 Unknown Penny
16:21 2008 D Quarter
17:35 Quarter Unknown
18:36 Penny Unknown
19:14 Terri’s New Ring
19:39 Unknown Penny
20:50 2001 Dime
22:12 1996 Dime
23:32 Sunset
23:38 Quick Wrap-Up

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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.