A Gold Detector Sitting in a Closet Only Finds Dust—A Potpourri of Detector Tips
May 2003 by Jim StraightOver the past twenty-five years I have used specialized examples of the various units mentioned in the following article. They all can find gold. Using an expensive “high-end” gold machine does not guarantee success. Your choice should depend upon...
The considerable richness of the gravels is shown by the fact that operators have successfully worked the same river sections for over 20 years.
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Environmental groups last year urged Montana regulators to impose the bad actor designation, and now are seeking to intervene in the case.
A recent discovery in Northern California has proven once again that there is still good gold to be found if you do your homework.
Your odds of going home with gold will be higher using the discrimination mode, even if you might have misread one of the targets you rejected.
How to find gold with a metal detector: The technology certainly has improved quite a bit over the years, so when these owners are testing various types of gold on their machines and they find that some gold responds poorly or not at all...
I believe dry washing is an underappreciated prospecting method. There are plenty of places where there is some pretty decent gold to be had, but the spot is a long way from any water and dry processing may well be the best way to go.
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