Relics Out of the Dirty Dirt
First lets talk about soil types and what they mean to you. It is this author’s opinion the very best soil to detect in is in the spring time. Why do I say this? Simply put, it centralizes the target in the dirt. After-all isn’t that what were here for is finding New Relics In Dirt. A detectorist must put all of his experience in to his dig time. Reading the soil types is a huge part of the equation not to mention all the other variables that come in to play. As i have posted the above picture my definition of four different soil types,
When Your Looking For New Relics, Not All Dirt Is Created Equal
Anytime I refer to new relics, I mean new to me. When you are out there digging, you wanna put the odds in your favor to find a new relic In dirt. As i described in the above paragraph spring time dirt that is one dirt you will encounter. If your like most of us you wanna find relics year around. The other type of dirt is summer dirt. This dirt begins to dry out and only receives moisture from periodical rains or watering. The other dirt type is fall dirt and fall dirt can be the most hardest there is even to the extreme of cement like. Now winter dirt usually consists of late fall rains that usually become frozen over nightfall.
How Does Dirt Impact Machines
As i said earlier dirt makes a huge difference to the detectorist. When the dirt is super dry and hard it impacts the depth of your machine. Meaning your machine loses depth and my suggestion to you is find those yards where folks are watering their yards. Another alternative is move your normal search area such as beaches or even streams you can wade through. Believe it or not when folks relationships don’t work out and for what ever reason they stop on a bridge a chuck that ring or piece of jewelry that was significant to that relationship. As the summer goes along those streams will pool thus giving way to some new relics in the dirt.