Should i be excited or not ?

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Out tomorrow on a new permission . Went on google earth and seen this . What do you reckon .if you zoom in the white dots are sheep so it gives you a rough idea of the size . . Should i be excited or am i just over looking forward to getting out after 2 month off .
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I'll have a nice few £ on circular feeding stations. :thumbdown:
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A's bet above would be a sound one, I suspect. A larger image might confirm it, but these stations do occur regularly on aerial images.
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Cheers lads . Am still looking forward to getting out . I'll be happy with anything i find🇫🇴👍
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Enjoy the day and fingers crossed something nice turns up. :thumbsup:

The first thing that jumped into my head was the scene from Detectorists, I was going to link the video, but there's some iffy language in it. :D

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TerraBritannia wrote: Thu Jun 17, 2021 8:50 pm Enjoy the day and fingers crossed something nice turns up. :thumbsup:

The first thing that jumped into my head was the scene from Detectorists, I was going to link the video, but there's some iffy language in it. :D


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I've watched the whole lot at least 3 times now, the show just hits the spot for me. :)
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Feeders for sure, but there will certainly be finds to be made there. :thumbsup:
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Hope it goes well but remember it’s incredibly dry though so it might not be very productive as depth will be a problem. Don’t let that put you off though please and don’t dismiss the field if there are few finds :thumbsup:
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TerraBritannia wrote: Thu Jun 17, 2021 9:27 pm I've watched the whole lot at least 3 times now, the show just hits the spot for me. :)
Watched it first before I started detecting and loved it, and love it even more now! So much of the observation of the hobby just rings so true...
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Easylife wrote: Thu Jun 17, 2021 9:42 pm Feeders for sure, but there will certainly be finds to be made there. :thumbsup:
I hope so 🤞
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Oxgirl wrote: Thu Jun 17, 2021 10:08 pm Hope it goes well but remember it’s incredibly dry though so it might not be very productive as depth will be a problem. Don’t let that put you off though please and don’t dismiss the field if there are few finds :thumbsup:
It is very dry . Ive had the angle grinder out sharpening my spade up .
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Cattle feeder marks or not, as already said, all land is historic and hopefully it holds some nice finds for you to discover. This rain will help, but I fear it won’t penetrate past the first few inches. It certainly hasn’t here anyway…. Need another 2 weeks of it to make a difference. On a positive, the crops are starting to turn colour :thumbsup:
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Pete E wrote: Thu Jun 17, 2021 11:27 pm Watched it first before I started detecting and loved it, and love it even more now! So much of the observation of the hobby just rings so true...
I do wonder how Lance ever managed to get any signals though.
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shaggybfc wrote: Fri Jun 18, 2021 10:10 am Cattle feeder marks or not, as already said, all land is historic and hopefully it holds some nice finds for you to discover. This rain will help, but I fear it won’t penetrate past the first few inches. It certainly hasn’t here anyway…. Need another 2 weeks of it to make a difference. On a positive, the crops are starting to turn colour :thumbsup:
We had a nightmare. Should have took a pick axe . All finds were shallow . We'll go back after a good down pour .
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