Had a so-so day, still fun none the less! Found some cans buried in the sand today, bottle caps, and one dime. People really need to take their trash with them. Cans were whole so I know they didn't come from the beach replenishment that is going on right now. Boy they must do some heavy screening of the sand they pump in! Absolutely nothing! The 350 worked awesome on the beach. I did see it act just a little weird towards the wet sand, but nothing too bad. The deepest target was the bottle cap around 10 inches, the dime was about 7-8 inches. The whole cans were 3-4 inches. I never covered so much groynd as I did today! My arm is sore! LOL!
Assateague Island State Park policy is that metal detectors are not allowed from Memorial Day through Labor Day and are only allowed on the beach (not in the campground at any time). Individuals going to the park during the permitted times need to follow regular park entrance procedures (having appropriate entrance pass or paying day use service charges). However, if clubs or large groups wish to metal detect, park management should be contacted beforehand.