This gentleman knows how to read the beach. He hunts the Florida Treasure Coast beaches. These two videos are packed with good info. Note: he swings in an arc due to wrist injuries.
More on the history of Florida’s Treasure Coast Beach
And here is why the coins get eventually washed up on the beaches after storms. Because the Treasure Coast Spanish Fleet shipwrecks are not far off from the beach. Notice in below video how close the recovery boat was from the beach. Note this is a leased site, you cannot dive at that site or hunt in the water, but you can hunt the beach at all tide levels legally.
Published on Sep 29, 2016
Editor’s Note: don’t care for the language, but Ed is a professional beach hunter. Getting too hot on the beach in the day? Switch to night hunting. Just take a good head mounted bright LED light.
Published on May 18, 2017
Editor’s Note: Pay attention to large beach cut. Also notice how deep he had to dig, never give up on a good signal.
Published on Oct 29, 2015
found this awesome cut while metal detecting with my minelab detector on a ocean beach gold class rings silver coins gold necklace recovery!!!
Editor’s Note: Listen to his narrative and gain some good beach hunting tips. finding heavy items like copper pipe and rocks are sign posts that you will find jewelry in this area if there is any dropped jewelry.