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TECH TIPS, TROUBLESHOOTING, and DETECTOR HELP

This forum will offer tech help as well as troubleshooting and tips for using all brands of detectors. Need help or advise ask here!


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    • I had a buddy that used to winter in Arizona, by Stanton. He and his friend drove on a trail every day to get to where they detected for nuggets. They drove back and forth on that trail dozens of times. I went to that spot on the trail with my buddy, because he was excited to show me the place. It looked a lot like your spot, and now I'll tell you the rest of the story . . . Well, one day, they stopped and pulled out the detectors to give it a try. They got a signal on the trail, yes, right on the trail!  By the time they were done with the trail, and the margins along the trail in an area about the size of a couple of pickup truck boxes, they had over a pound of gold, a pound (after specific gravity tests on the specimens, the nuggets were easy to weigh! I saw the gold, hefted it, saw the solid nuggets and the gorgeous specimens, and I was with my buddy when he found another gorgeous specimen in ground that looks remarkably like yours, along the margin of that same trail, within twenty feet of the original finds. If you're in gold country, which you've already researched and found out your spot is, adopt the attitude that "you'll never know until you go". Let us know how you do, when you go, and all the best, Lanny
    • No matter the size, it sure is pretty. Nicely done, and all the best, Lanny
    • Fun little video with lots of cool finds! Thanks, and all the best, Lanny  
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