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Goldseeker4000 last won the day on January 19 2020

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  1. Hey everyone, I am running a summer sale on my book The Nugget Shooter's Field Guide - $4.95 off. I will get the promo code for you to type in to get the sale price. https://goldseekerbooks.com Promotion code- 4.95USD-MAY21 Sale ends May 31, 2021
  2. Not much at all!
  3. Is it magnetic? It looks to me like magnetite. Do you have any better pics.
  4. Perhaps overload sound. What is the LCD screen saying? If it is overloading it will say error. Some rocks will have gold in them such as types of mud stone. Also granodiorite can host gold trapped inside, and it is crystalline.
  5. Hey everyone, remember my sale on The Nugget Shooter's Field Guide is running til December 31, 2020. Hurry and get your copy. Lots of good info for newbies and seasoned pros. I have info in my book you won't find in any other book. The skills you will learn in my book can be applied worldwide, not just mountainous terrain or deserts. https://goldseekerbooks.com
  6. Would you like to learn how to take your nugget detecting to an exciting and rewarding new level? In 'The Nugget Shooter's Field Guide', author and experienced prospector Reese Townes shows you how to increase your gold recovery with a metal detector through his tips on detecting strategies, what to look for in the field to recognize gold geology and identify gold deposits, and how to expand productive areas to detect by applying his new Townes' Theory. Other topics include modern nugget detectors and prospecting equipment, safety while detecting and camping, how to hunt old mine workings, cleaning your gold specimens, and more. I found this book to be very informative and detail oriented, with a plethora of color photos and diagrams illustrating practical techniques and theory that, at the end of the day, puts more gold into the nugget hunter's poke. I liked the way that the author uses repetition in the text to drive home key aspects to being successful in the field when searching for gold with a metal detector. I met Reese in the goldfields, where he was applying his “layering” technique as explained in the book, and I was quite impressed when he showed me the nuggets he had been finding as a result. He struck me as an avid, experienced prospector, and his willingness to share his hard-won knowledge in his freshman publication is laudable. I believe that newbies and seasoned pros alike will enjoy and benefit from reading 'The Nugget Shooter's Field Guide', and I look forward to Reese's next Goldseeker book. - Lunk
  7. I used to use PayPal but I kept running into log in issues so I switched to square. It is totally secure. In fact I feel it's more secure than PayPal. It is basically the same but better. You can use any card with it. It is a fast and easy purchasing in my website. I will get a notification as soon as it is ordered and next morning I ship it out https://goldseekerbooks.com I have things in this book that even seasoned nugget hunters can benefit from, such as The Townes Theory, Mass Wasting, and other topics. I will post on here what Lunk had to say about it.
  8. With the product code, don't include the phrase Christmas sale. I just did a test and it won't work with the phrase next to it. Just type in code itself. Then it will apply it.
  9. I'm Running a Christmas Sale on The Nugget Shooter's Field Guide until December 31, 2020. Type in promo code: 3USD-Dec20 Christmas Sale Sale price $21.95 Don't forget to get one for your favorite detecting buddy. https://goldseekerbooks.com
  10. Would you like to increase your knowledge, skill and stategies to find more nuggets detecting? My book, The Nugget Shooter's Field Guide will help you achieve this. Christmas is around the corner. Get your hand signed copy today, study it thoroughly and watch your nugget finds increase come spring and summer. Learn the Townes Theory to open up new ground to detect. If you hunt with a friend or two, get them a copy for Christmas. https://goldseekerbooks.com
  11. I just wanted to see how everyone who bought my book, likes it? If you haven't left a review on here, can you please post one, so I can get them up on my website. I would really appreciate it. I have a variety of shipping options on the website now. If anyone hasn't gotten a copy yet, please go to my website, check it out and consider getting a copy. https://goldseekerbooks.com/ Also I would like to know if any of my info from my book has lead anyone to new nuggets. If so, tell us all your story. Since I am Sidelined with a torn Achilles Tendon, I can't get out to detect, or work, so I have to live vicariously through all you fine fellows. - Reese
  12. I have a used boot that the first Doctor gave me, but my foot and ankle move around too much. It's not the kind that completely locks your foot in a single position. Once the workers comp kicks in I will talk with Doc about a better type of boot. He did say my Danners will work too, but I disagree with that.
  13. Yah me too. I'm tired of being in pain every time I take a step. Even sleeping it can hurt and keep you from a good night's sleep.
  14. I am pretty bummed, as I am Sidelined with achilles tendonosis, and am on workman's comp. I can't work and I can't go detecting til some time in August, if physical therapy heals it up in 6-8 weeks. If it doesn't, then I have to get it operated on to have skar tissue cut off and tendon reenforced. If that happens I will be out another 6-12 weeks with more physical therapy. I hope physical therapy does the trick this first go-around. This last trip out detecting had me in such pain that I had to use my pick as a cane, and could only take foot long strides.
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