Got out for a little over 2 hours to that small corner monument site from last Wed where I pulled that nice SLQ, to finish it off, and managed to pull a ’44 merc. It was miserable, 39 degrees, and a harsh chill wind blowing. One silver a day is good; one silver on a day like this is even better.
It was at the end of the hunt, after digging 23 clads (yuck!). Like most, I hate digging clad, but at a really trashy site, you are not afforded the luxury of passing on any high tone, despite the E-Trac’s legendary TID.
We’ll, we’ll take it. I rarely hunt on weekends, so weekend silver is nice, I also took some time to scout a new site (which, by its nature, may only be hunted on weekends, at least for now), and it is small, but promising. Perhaps a 2-3 silver site, we’ll see.
But, they are calling for snow on Tue, and I have no site for tomorrow, and may have alot of work, so it may be door knocking, random untried sites, or random driving, if I get out at all tomorrow.