Yesterday, I took a trip back to where I recovered a silver spill a couple of weeks ago. I decided to go after any targets that registered 97 - 98. On the DEUS, a 98 can very well be iron, including steel bottle caps. With all the wheat pennies I was digging in this location, I just knew there had to be a few more silvers. So, the game plan was to investigate any "98" signals,, especially if they were deep. First target,, a Wheat Penny. Twenty minutes later, a Silver Roosevelt Dime. Nice way to start the day. And what a day it was turning out to be, Sunny and 81 degrees. My second silver came 2 hours into the hunt and was a solid 98 at about 8 inches. I was really surprised to see a Barber Dime. I immediately thought, I'm not going home until I find the Mercury Dime needed to complete the Trifecta. I kept going over an area of about 200 by 200 feet. Real slow and double checking my VDI and depth. Steel bottle caps do sound sweet and I did dig a few. You don't usually find them at 8 inches but I have found a few at 5 or 6 inches deep. For me the key is to watch the V.D.I. for numbers that are bouncing from 98 down into the high eighties. (Usually a steel bottle cap ). On some sweet sounding deep signals, there are no V.D.I. numbers,, so you just have to go after it. Right around 5 hours into the hunt, a Mercury dime popped out of a 7 inch hole. Out of all the years I have been swinging a coil, this is only my second Silver Dime Trifecta. My finds for the hunt were: 6q, 4d, 9 memorials, 11 wheat pennies, ( 19d, 27, 37, 40, 41, 44(2), 45, 46, & 56d), a toasted Buffalo Nickel, a 1900 Barber Dime, a 1944d Mercury Dime, and a 1953 Silver Roosevelt Dime. I also recovered a Shell Coin Game, (Illinois), 3 keys, and a starfish.