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Bill , Ron and Mike cleaned out the area. The area has a new name BRM in memory of all the gold they recovered

There is a few specks left they missed but most are lead

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It is not hard to get a skunk at the LSD. I have had a plenty :tisk-tisk:

Gold can be in the oddest places, and there is still plenty of it left in that area. Yes, it does get harder to find for sure, and maybe you should think about approaching an area differently then you think others have done already. The right coil in the right spots may make all the difference. :head: The last nug I found there was dang near on the surface in a very short tributary on nasty ground. :brows:

Dont fret , they are still out there :ph34r2:

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Jason,

How often do rattlers do that? Not rattling before you step on them sounds sorta unfair like.

Paul

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:aw-shucks: The younger they are the less they rattle as takes time to form rattle and they hit you with everything they have. When shedding or cold yet another bad time as they can't see and strike at just about anything. I utilize a metal pole for walking and ping that sucker on rocks as the sound carries far and wide and you can see them rattlers take off in the opposite direction as they don't know the sound and smart through millions of years of evolution. Beware of biting worms-baby rattlers as have seen death on a few occasions :whaaaa: --John
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There was a 9 grammer found last weekend and several smaller recently. Folks are not showing off as much these days and are opting to keep quiet about their finds. Was a 3/4 ounce found about a month back as well....

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The last couple of nuggets I did squeeze from there were very close to the surface too, Adam.

Good to see that the gold is still coming, thanks Bill. With the price of gold where it is, probably prudent to lay low...

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With the price of gold where it is, probably prudent to lay low...

I would figure it would be more about the political environment. I'm sure they're trying to figure out a way to tax finds or edven just owning mining/prospecting equipment.

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