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About Goldseeker4000

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    Kalispell, Montana
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    Gold detecting

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  1. Goldseeker4000

    The Monster Strikes Again

    Well done! Nice little nuggets. I find nuggets totally encased in rock avery year now since my first one in 2016. You are right about trusting your Gold Monster. It is one detector that won't lie to you. You just have to learn the Monster's language. Congrats. I talk about this very topic in my book I'm writing on gold detecting which will be going to print in the spring. So far I have 178 pages completed, with 24,800 words and over 155 photos with captions.
  2. Goldseeker4000

    Gold in black rock?

    It looks like high grade iron ore to me. Otherwise know as bogg iron. I have found pieces like that in montana. Check it with a rare earth magnet.
  3. I just got off the phone with Ronnie at DetectorPro and asked him what was the status with gold monster headphones. He said he has an issue with his business partner and that it won't be resolved for quite a while. So the production of the headphones is on hold. We could be waiting a long time. He will let me know when he is ready to proceed and I told him when he is ready I will add it to my papper back book on gold detecting coming out spring/early summer.
  4. Goldseeker4000

    DetectorPro and GM 1000

    The last time I talked to Ronnie, he wasn't sure there was going to be enough interest to warrant him putting these into full scale production due to cost of production out weighing demand. So please if anyone has hopes of getting a pair call Ronnie at Detector Pro and let him know that you want to purchase a pair 1 (908) 595- 9933. Let him know Reese (Goldseeker4000) and Bill Southern and Rob Allison are going to bat for him in regards to these headphones.
  5. Goldseeker4000

    A New Refreshment

    You actually like Miner's Gold? I live in Kalispell MT and I tried it just because it had the awsome name "Miner's Gold" and to my surprise it was very watered down tasting. I found it to be horrible. I can pick some up and send it to you. Just let me know. It would be no problem at all.
  6. Goldseeker4000

    Found now confused

    Yah it looks like schist to me too.
  7. Goldseeker4000

    DetectorPro and GM 1000

    Go to detector prospector forum. Go to minelab detectors and scroll down to a thread on gold monster headphones coming out soon. Basically everything in my review that Bill recently put in a youtube video. Bottom line they are worth the $130-150 bucks that Detector Pro will be charging. The gold series refers to the audio components used in them. There is silver, gold and platinum. Platinum refering to the highest level of sound quality and gold is next highest. If you have ever had a pair of Detector pro headphones like the nugget busters then you know exactly the quality. If not then ask some of your detecting friends in your area to listen to the sound and how they feel on your head.
  8. Goldseeker4000

    DetectorPro and GM 1000

    Im the one that first talked with Ronnie to talk him into making a pair of head phones for the Monster. I wrote up a review on them on detector prospector forum and also sent him the review with good pics. Not the pics shown, but they work great and I dont have to use an adaptor that puts strain on the jack. People did not seem too interested in them as they were content to use non at all or use a jimmy rigged adaptor. I don't get it. If all of you who have the monster try these, you won't be disappointed. The sound is suppurb, the quality is top shelf. They are robust and they don't get hung up under your knee as you arw digging or go to stand up after digging your target. Call Ronnie and order a pair. You will be glad you did. Im sure Bill will agree.
  9. Goldseeker4000

    Newcomers beware

    Wyoprospector, be patient and don't give up. Have you studied and tried to find out where in your areas the gold was deposited? Meaning is it spread out like a salt shaker at many depths, or is it located on the bedrock? Knowing this important question is essential to finding gold with a detector. If you are finding little shards of lead then if you pass over a nugget that your detector can hit on thwn you will find it. It took me 6 or 7 years to find my first nugget with a detector and since then I found gold with a detector every year. Every year gets better than the last. This doesn't mean I still don't get skunked on any particular trip. Don't listen to those telling you to give it up. Keep at it and detect those areas you know by research were nugget producers. Stay away from areas that were dominantly flower gold. Try a new area and talk with the mining engineer with your states bureau of mines as to where you should be focusing your efforts. When you find your first one detecting, the hardest part of the battle is over. All new nuggets come easier.
  10. Goldseeker4000

    Minelab COMMANDER 12x15 Coil

    Im interested. 4063091009 is my number. Reese
  11. Goldseeker4000

    25" Nugget Finder Advantage Coil for Sale

    Why are you selling it?
  12. Goldseeker4000

    Best gold detector

    You can't go wrong with a Minelab. I've owned Garretts and fishers as well as a minelabe GPX4000 and I kept my Minelab x-terra 705. I use a 15" coiltek wop coil high frequency and I can reach down just over two feet for a 1 1/2 oz nugget. People up here in new Montana don't seem to like whites as they are not as user friendly as other brands. Those I know that had them sold them to buy Minelab eureka gold detectors. Everyone has their likes and dislikes. Me personally, I wouldn't waste my money on a whites detector of any model. Minelab has the highest degree of technology for gold detectors hands down.
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