Prospecting with a VLF-Type Gold Detector
October 2004 by Jim StraightAlthough I found my first detected nugget on a hard rock mine dump using an early VLF/TR coin hunter, it was by “following the dry washers” and detecting old tailing piles that I soon packed a metal 35mm canister with small sub-grain to...
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This was a tough task and it required really fast speed and perfect gold recovery, with 210 gold panners competing to advance.
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