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Howling Cave

Post Number:#1  Postby heggc » Tue Mar 17, 2015 10:17 am

Thought I'd bring over the Howling Cave topic from old thread.



Went on first air survey looking for cave after some lesser ground scanning. First time trying the big antenna at any distance off the ground but it worked perfectly. Side pitching messed with my gauss readings some. Winds were bad and had to land for a bit to calm down but got a strip of scans from 200 ft with my treasure detector. Some promising hits I will have to scan a field over to see if the anomaly continues. Got most of the range in narrow single row strip but it's a start. After 40 years hunting it this new detector is like having superman vision into the earth.
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Re: Howling Cave

Post Number:#2  Postby mrjimsfc » Wed Mar 18, 2015 3:54 pm

So does the blue (weakest signal) indicate a poor signal return because of a void (cave)? Do you have some sort of a co-ordinate system so you can locate these areas on the ground? Does the strength of signal return vary because of changes in ground elevation (hills and valleys)?
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