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:brows: I DONT THINK THIS IS A BAD DAYS FINDS. :idea: I DID GET SCHOOLED :smrt1: JUST A LITTLE BY ALAN, HOWEVER I FEEL I HUNTED BETTER TODAY THEN HE DID. GOOD JOB ALAN :hmmmmmm: :hmmmmmm: :whoopie: BROCKpost-13390-1203985777_thumb.jpg

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That looks like a good day in my book! WTG!

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Nice going, Where's the rest of the gold at? Saw the picture on another forum. You guys are on a good roll.

Rich

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Thats nice brock!

How did the grey nuggets get so round? :laught16:

You should do as Bill and use an 8". You won't have to dig as deep and as much.

Just don't pay attention to the 18" I'm using. :postdigger: :innocent0009:

Alan

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Nice going, Where's the rest of the gold at? Saw the picture on another forum. You guys are on a good roll.

Rich

I POSTED ALANS GOLD WITH MINE ALSO ...../.......... 1 IS SUCH A LONELY NUMBER :ROFL:

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Thats nice brock!

How did the grey nuggets get so round? :laught16:

You should do as Bill and use an 8". You won't have to dig as deep and as mutch.

Just don't pay attention to the 18" I'm using. :postdigger: :innocent0009:

Alan

LUCKY-- THATS ALL--------- YOUR JUST LUCKY :flip1: :whatever:

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Hi Coda,

I POSTED ALANS GOLD WITH MINE ALSO
Yea that's what I was thinking after I posted that

I know he stopped posting there for awhile. At least your finding some gold.

Rich

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Hey Alan,

I only use the 8 inch in areas where it will be an advantage....I use a 16 NF when needed :innocent0009: or a variety of others with the 14 EM, 8 RM, and 16 RM getting the most attention.

The right coil in the right spot can make a big difference :icon_mrgreen: Knowing when to switch can really pay off and I never hunt a good patch with just one coil and leave :Huh_anim]:

Cheers, Bill

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Hello Bill

No offence, a comment was made the other day by someone that you always use the 8". I know you better than that!

I have a large arsenal of coils that I use, you have to!

Alan

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No Offence taken Alan and I do use the 8 inch Commander allot especially on patches with shallow ground or sometimes deep ground to get the little ones missed with my 14 or 16 inch coil. The 8 inch is an amazing coil when used on the 4000... Try going over a few of your spots worked with larger coils and you may get a nice surprise :icon_mrgreen: I still prefer the 14 inch elliptical for all around use though with the 16 round close behind....

Good hunting, Bill

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Outstanding find !! The 8" mono is a real sharpshooter...Geo

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Nice gold guys :headphones: I've noticed one thing with the 4000 and the smaller coils--it seems not only more sensitive to smaller gold but also see's alot more hot rocks :tisc-tisc: --I'll stick to the bigger coils :icon_mrgreen: :twocents:-Mike C... :ph34r2:

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Heck Mike it's kinda like pickin rat turds out of the rice...End result is a jar of the good stuff.

Bill :icon_mrgreen:

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Hi Bill thats funny :laught16: but thats what I have my 18000 for the little fly turds :headphones: -Mike C... :ph34r2:

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