Originally Posted by Kiril
One could look at it several ways. Smaller (diameter) rod might be more sensitive to field strength therefore allow better detection at depth ...... or larger rod might be more sensitive given there is more metal to be impacted by the fields. Any insight?
You have 2 good points brother, at this point i have no data to support or dismiss either.
Give me time and i may have something more than speculation to post.
I would like to add a comment to Grassman.
Very few if any know exactly what and where all conductors are buried on their property. Even in the 40 acre pasture i swept the site before i placed the target field up. The idea behind a visual target is that one can focus on the stick response in relation to the target. If the target is not visual then too much is left to assumption and the stick response may be misleading.
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