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Old 10-09-2018, 07:54 PM
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Default Went back to my honey hole before nature called!

I woke up this morning with extreme pain in my left side and stomach. I feared it was a kidney stone and I was preparing to go to the doctor but my wifeís doctor friend said it sounded like constipation so I grabbed a exlax and a emena and I was good to go!! So since I had taken the day off I grabbed the ctx and headed back to my honey hole where I found the 7 silvers yesterday to hunt the back yard. It was a totally different story in the back yard where the sheds are. Lots of modern trash and iron everywhere so I was cherry picking the coin signals. Before natured called I found 10 wheaties and a buff that was in the plug with a teens wheatie. I got in a hour and a half hunt before I had to rush home. I know there has to be a silver back there somewhere! Ty for looking and HH!





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Old 10-09-2018, 08:02 PM
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Thanks for the blow by blow details and awesome story. However this story is probably better suited for two 90 year old ladies in the nursing home.

So congrats on the BM and congrats on the buffalo.

My dad's friends use to tease him that he could squeeze a buffalo nickel until it would &%@$ and I may know know how. Lol

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Old 10-09-2018, 08:03 PM
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Thanks for the blow by blow details and awesome story. However this story is probably better suited for two 90 year old ladies in the nursing home.



So congrats on the BM and congrats on the buffalo.



My dad's friends use to tease him that he could squeeze a buffalo nickel until it would &%@$ and I may know know how. Lol


Lol thx BT!!!


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A total rush job Vic, Still you got out and got some nice results. Next time it will be multiple Silvers to make up for today. Trapper

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Old 10-09-2018, 08:13 PM
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A total rush job Vic, Still you got out and got some nice results. Next time it will be multiple Silvers to make up for today. Trapper


I hope so Trapper!!! Ty buddy


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Originally Posted by Big Treble View post


Thanks for the blow by blow details and awesome story. However this story is probably better suited for two 90 year old ladies in the nursing home.

So congrats on the BM and congrats on the buffalo.

My dad's friends use to tease him that he could squeeze a buffalo nickel until it would &%@$ and I may know know how. Lol

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A guy can't fight off residual Exlax effects while detecting for an hour and a half, and NOT miss stuff! I would bet on more silver in that yard...somewhere. Let us know when you get it.
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Well, there's always depends. Or a cork. Which reminds me of a joke. Which I can't post here. Just Google pig, cork, joke, scientists.
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A guy can't fight off residual Exlax effects while detecting for an hour and a half, and NOT miss stuff! I would bet on more silver in that yard...somewhere. Let us know when you get it.
Youíve got that right!! I was in a race against time lol! Iíll go back this weekend and take my time

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Well, there's always depends. Or a cork. Which reminds me of a joke. Which I can't post here. Just Google pig, cork, joke, scientists.

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I got nothiní


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Congrats on the buff! But I am surprised you did not find any silver this time.

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Sorry to hear of your poop issues but congrats on being a trooper and making some good finds! May your regularity be restored and your future hunts be fruitful.

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Old 10-10-2018, 06:46 AM
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Originally Posted by GroundSweeper View post
LMAO at the enema :eeeewwwww: little bit TMI there buddy!



Nice buff and pile oí wheats!


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Sorry to hear of your poop issues but congrats on being a trooper and making some good finds! May your regularity be restored and your future hunts be fruitful.


Originally Posted by JAK View post
Congrats on the buff! But I am surprised you did not find any silver this time.


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nice buff. it looks like a type 1, reverse looks like the mound type rather than the line type which makes it a 1913.

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Originally Posted by rustyk1 View post
nice buff. it looks like a type 1, reverse looks like the mound type rather than the line type which makes it a 1913.


Sweet a lot of guys also think itís a 1913!


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Lmao now that my friend had me rolling!!!! Great digs congrats!!!!
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Old 10-11-2018, 07:51 PM
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Nice hunt and almost looks like my hunt from two nights ago when I found 15 wheats and no silver, but you got the buff.

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Well....youíve already dug a perfectly good hole in the ground....why rush home??

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