I got off work early so I decided to hit a new permission for a couple hours. I wasn't too excited about the site because I could tell it was very trashy. I moved about 5 feet from my truck and tried to ground balance my DFX without success. I moved over a couple feet and got it balanced so I swung the coil back over the first spot and got a good signal. It turned out to be a 1941 D wheat penny. Nice start I thought to myself. The next finds were pieces of aluminum and several of those slate shingle nails. Then I got a loud signal but it jumped from the 60s to the 90s and was only three inches deep. It had to be a soda can but I dug it anyway. I was surprised when a 1942 dime popped out. I ran the coil back over the hole and still got the same erratic signal so I took another plug. I stared down at a 1945 half dollar! There was still a signal coming from the hole but it was now a solid 69. It was a 1946 wheat penny. I hunted for about an hour digging a lot of clad dimes and memorial cents but nothing newer than the 70s. I also got three pieces of jewelry two rabies tags, an Alabama tax token and a Buick emblem. I looked at my watch and realized that I had been at it four hours and I was getting tired so I started a path back to my truck. I got another good signal and dug a 1942 dime. Two feet away I got my last signal of the day and pulled the wing pin from 6 inches down. I ended up with 10 wheats, 12 memorials, 3 clad dimes and a 1964 nickel. I was wore out by then so I loaded up and headed home. I still have about half the yard left to hunt.