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What's the most discs you've ever found after a good melt?? Been out for a round early this morning and we had a good rain on top of a good amount of snow. So needless to say we found 8 discs just laying everywhere. Wonder if I can find some more goin out for another round

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What's a melt??? Just kidding!!
I have found a couple but not that many, I usually only have that kind of luck when I go in ponds. In which case I have found upwards of 20.
Not sure if found is the right word, more like "recovered". I usually have to go out when the melt first happens to get back the ones I put under the snow. To get back on topic the most I "found" on one course on one round after a melt was 4. 2 of them were my own from the month before the melt.
None, but I don't play at a lot of high traffic courses. However there is a creek at one of my local courses that you can wade through, I usually go through it in the fall towards then end of our busier play times. I can find five to six discs on average, if they have a number I call, otherwise their mine unless someone asks and can describe it. Most people in the area know I go through the creek lol
I have found 15 in a day in the snow melt, this year was weak, found 2 total in the melt over a week.
At the end of the day over ten discs found with I think three with numbers on them. At least three were buddies of mine and the last one we found was the first disc I lost this year!! The guys we seen out there said yeah we found some disc but it was "some discraft" or something. I looked puzzled and played on to find they left my esp crush right next to the basket. Maybe if the rec players think esp I junk I might actually find the other 4 or 5 discs I've go out there hidin in the snow :)
I got a call 2 weeks ago, someone found my QJLS in a pond. I lost that disc in Ocober! I figured it's not worth the drive after 4 months of being submerged in water through the winter...

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