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  1. Thanks Bunk. What I'm really looking for is how the water reservoirs are set up.. Can't seem to get it right; losing too much water. Still in a learning mood.

    Hey Jerry,

    Could you use tarps or rolled plastic? Might be able to at least slow down your loss. Where you located?

    Bunk

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  3. Besides u-tube, does anyone have a movie, or pictures of a portable setup, for using a Bill Fisher ,or any small type of trommel.. kind of puzzled as to how to set up.for recycling the water.. Pictures sure would help.. THANKS !

    Here you go. I know its a YouTube but it was all I could find right now, I will look for more.

    Bunk

    http://www.youtube.com/sbc4444

  4. I use the standard Minelab battery harness that came with my GPX 4000. I find the minelab harness that I have just feels too loose and doesn't seem to give much support - I think the problem is I'm too skinny(my wife says I gotta eat more and put on some pounds) - I tried converting a backpack that I have and that seemed to give more support but it can get a bit hot when i'm detecting in the middle of the day. I don't use a hip stick just the bungee cord that connects from the detector shaft to the harness. I was looking at some of the military load bearing harnesses - anyone have any suggesstions.

    I got a small pack from Bill a few years ago that is perfect. Two compartments, bottom for battery and top just right for a couple bottels of water. It works much better for me than the stock harness.

    Bunk

  5. Hey Victor,

    If your intent is to go hiking and find a pretty rock once in a while, the Superstitions, will work grate for you but if you really want to find some gold, you will have to branch out. There are clubs that have good gold claims, that don't cost a lot to join and most of the forums here in AZ host outings a few times a year. You can learn a lot from hanging out with like minded people. There are several forms of prospecting and you will have to find the one thats right for you.

    Welcome to this forum and ask lots of questions!

    Bunk

  6. While detecting ,I dug up what looked like a very small piece of an old leather boot with boot tacks.Also in the hole was a dozen or so very small pieces of brass. They are a spiral that is uniform top to bottom 5/8 " long and 1/16" in dia.. Nobody here in Stanton has ever seen anything like them.Any ideas??

    Got any pics?

    Bunk

  7. When I made up my mind that I was going to find a nugget with a detector, it took me about two months. I had been prospecting for years but not with a detector. I had a pretty good gold machine years back but I never learned how to use it. My first year of detecting, I found thirty nuggets but I had that coil to the ground every chance I got. Wish I had that kind of time these days. The little one was my first.

    Bunk

  8. Hi All

    Was looking for prospecting information on Flagstaff,Winslow,Holbrook and area's below Route66 on the internet and cant find much besides petrifide wood and probably a few ghostowns along the little colorado.Are there any of the clubs with claims up that way or should I stick to more traditonal places with gold history,any help would be greatly appreciated.Regards Phil

    All these folks are right on the mark! It could be a little cold for the next couple of months. Several of the prospecting clubs have claims a little further south that are much warmer this time of year, just a thought...

    Bunk

  9. Yep, I used to subscribe to the idea of going over that washboard road fast...Until it thrashed my rear axle and then three sets of brake lines! ... Actually, that road is the reason I don't beep Rich Hill area much anymore unless I come in from the south off Scenic Route road... Cheers, Unc

    Hey Unc,

    Where do you catch the scenic route coming in from the south?

    Bunk

  10. IM THINKING OF SELLING SOME OF MY LARGE NUGGETS TO PURCHASE A GPX 5000. WHERE WOULD BE THE BEST PLACE TO ADVERTISE THE SALE O F THEM.

    I AM LEAVING FOR AZ. IN A COUPLE OF DAYS AND WILL KEEP IN TOUCH ON MY WIRELES LAPTOP.

    SEE YOU ALL IN THE GOLDFIELDS SOON.

    HARRY

    Harry, I would start by posting them on all the forums. I would think you would get the best price that way.

    Bunk

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