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  1. So true Klunker, Mike, El Dorado....I am pretty cautious wit the dis. and most of the time use my Mono coils..but the other day..I went out with my 11" mono and after a few hours got a notion to change it out for a 11" DD commander...after 15 minutes hit a nice quarter ouncer at 5 inches with disc....than another .5 gram and a .8 gram;;;; . So my thinking goes... maybe I should perhaps get a larger dd to hit some trashy areas the last hour or two and cherry pick. I always go back and clean every piece of trash and use my Monos to hit the deep ones...just in case. I found out early....most si
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  2. Here is a cool one...did not find it...but still nice to look at. Its a late 1800's crystalline wire gold nugget. stick pin. I guess the story to these was the miner would wear this on Sundays if he had a day off or had a special event to got to. Depending on how successful he was the larger the nugget it would be. This one ways in at around 7 grams.
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  3. Yeah right. When Franks on a mission, nobodys safe ;-)
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  4. Couple More Gold References - 1986, 1970 CA Placer gold recovery methods SP 87 - 1986.pdf Gold Districts of CA Bulletin 193 - 1970.pdf
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  5. I not sure how well this will load up these documents are dated 1889 & 1924 and not the easiest to read. If folks are interested these and others I can over time up load a few more. I have a large number of pdf documents from USGS Geology web site, if there is something specific let me know and (if this works) if I have it I'll added it to the forum. Also if odds "N" ends is not the one best location for this info then let me know which is. Gold Fields of CA - 1889.pdf Gold Placers of CA Bulletin 92 - 1923.pdf
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