Find Metal Rings On The Beach . Among favorite metal detection locations are beaches. From modern to yesteryear finds, people are more prone to dropping coins and metallic possessions in beaches than anywhere else in the world. Although that statistic is still up for debate, there is no stopping you picking up that trusty (hopefully) metal detector and heading to a nice sandy stretch.
You would assume things fall more into the ocean than on actual beach sand. After all, anything there is to find will have been uncovered by kids and adults alike who dig well under beach topsoil during their summer frolicking.
- Rings and bracelets are some of the commonest finds. More often than not, these will be contemporary or modern in a way. In other words, they are junk. Rings are more often found in actual beach sand than in shallow ocean mud; that is when they get washed away.
- There is a good chance you will happen upon an authentic ring, maybe more. You could perchance find pennies and quarters too. Jewellery like bracelets or watches are also possible; metal, we mean, not plastic.
- Once you find a bunch of junk rings, metal detect in that area for a while before moving on. This is simple, as logic goes. If a few rings are about, chances are more rings are about. Don’t question it, just go with the flow.
- If you are in a specific zone for more than one hour without any leads, move to another locale.
There is indeed a world’s worth of possibility for ring hunting in beaches using your metal detector device.
Do not get in people’s way. Do not ask a family or couple to kindly move out the way because your detector is beeping at the spot they were sat on. It is rude, inconsiderate, and downright frustrating to have a person ruin everyone’s beach leisure time. Do not be that guy/gal.
Water & Sand
It is not far fetched to carry your metal detecting skills to the shallow beach waters. Stuff can be found under the wet loamy sand there, though not a lot (the majority gets washed away).
Besides, if people lose rings and jewelry and walk away thinking they were carried off into the ocean, those objects can just as easily be washed back inland.
- Excalibur is great detector choices for beach (especially water) scavenging.
- Sovereign GTs are better for dry sand / wet sand scavenging.
This in mind, hunting along the water/sand line and thereabouts can prove quite profitable. Dry sand, just as much.