Hi there from the beach! At dawn there are personages with metal detectors everywhere, as far as the eye can see. Watch the rare moment: a dolphin is teasing a hunter.
Here are some tips which were once again confirmed by practice. You should go out to the beach as early as possible. I manage to be there at 4 a.m. There are no people, it’s not hot, and the sea is mostly calm. At 6 a.m. people already appear (I don’t like being bothered with conversations).
Those who are walking waist-deep (and deeper) in the water have most comfortable hunting conditions. They aren’t disturbed by meddlers. And what is more, in the morning they can hunt longer.
When choosing a place to hunt on the beach, plug in your brain. I found a gold ring on the spot where an evening’s dance floor was being arranged. After seeing that beach disco, I was anxious for the morning to come.
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