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Poked around my local park for a bit with the Multi Kruzer, 3 tone, and Superfly coil (too lazy to swap it out). First hit was a 19 in the foil range and turned out to be a thin 10k gold ring. Not long after that I hit another 19, dug it and it was a chocolate still in the foil wrapper score! 🙂  Rest was some clad and bits of can slaw and some junk I dug out of curiosity to finish the night out.

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Great hunt, but the real question is was the Dove still good.

Great save on the ring.

Good luck on your next hunt.

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Always nice to get a treat after digging all that trash. Ya got taco money! 😀

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Funny the chocolate holds up better than the clad........ makes ya wonder 🙂

No I didn't eat it hahah

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