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  1. Howdy all, It’s been sometime since a video and hunt, so I thought I’d hit Stewart Valley before all the rains and cold weather come but had high winds, light rain, and even some snow. Ended up with 11 pieces total for 45 gr. A quick and fun hunt. Although they may be thinning out, it was close to 2 hrs before finding the first piece. Happy Hunting and keep looking down. Jayray
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  2. That's the right idea, noticing a rock different then the rest, but in general most meteorites will pull towards the magnet, and don't usually find them round. I think you have some native earth rock there my friend. Good luck with your new interest, they are out there. ht
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  4. https://fireball.amsmeteors.org/members/imo_view/browse_events
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  5. "A bit Shaky?!?!..."LOL," I almost didn't post it at all, but these are about the only ones that have found down there since that Retched-Heat came in over the summer. It's cooler now and I'm ready to get back at it. Yea, I got in a hurry that morning and didn't take my GoPro (curses!!!) By-the-way,...You've been to that wash.
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  6. We need a new 2021 calendar, like we had in 2007, with gold pictures on and mining pictures on it, Randy wright did the one in 2007, and a dollar off each one went to a No-kill shelter. I know I'd give $15.00 for one, or maybe even two, Grubstake
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  7. Yup. I don't swing a 7000, so maybe this won't apply.... When you are having the 'ghost signal' problem, try to turn the gain/sensitivity down slightly and see if that quiets it down any. When I have this problem with the GPX, a tiny gain tweak is often the solution. As far as hot rocks go.... If it makes a noise, I kick it out of the way. I don't rely on the machine ground balance to do all the work. If it's making a noise, the detector is trying to tell you something. It just takes a few seconds to move the 'noise maker' and see if that's all it was. Most times
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