Posts Tagged With: mercury dimes

Good Weather, More Mercs and Silver Quarter

Winter here in Missouri has been extremely mild this year.  Heck, we are seeing mosquitoes already. Crazy!  Of course I’ve been taking advantage of the weather and finding silver.  I managed to find my first silver quarter of the year and several more Mercury dimes.  All my silver but the rosie has came from hunting the woods in an old park.  I hit another very old park and managed to hit a silver broach, but no silver coins.  While I’m at 8 silver coins, my brother is leading the pack with 10 silver coins this year.  Not too bad this early in the game.  While I mostly hunt in auto +3, I’ve decided to make a point to hunt in manual more this year.  There are many on the net who claim by hunting in manual a little extra depth and clarity can be gained.  My attempts last year only provided me with an unstable etrac.  So I will figure out a way to do it if it is possible.  I’ll let you know how it goes.

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