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  1. Hello All, Here we are again, a partner and I placering a dry creek bed. The process of placering is to remove all the overburden (rocks, gravel) and process or work the paypayer/bedrock. We are doing that by using rakes, shovels, crevice tools and then using metal detectors to scan the paylayer and bedrock for gold nuggets. This process is back breaking hard work, but can be very rewarding in the right locations. As you can see in this video, we hit a nice crevice that had a hidden beauty in it, a 3/4 ounce gold nugget. The nugget was wedged below the hardpack gravels and w
  2. Hello All, This weekend three customers (Grandfather, Father and Son) from California came over to get field instructions on their new metal detectors. They purchased the Minelab GPZ 7000 and Gold Monster 1000. We spent the entire day doing instructions, metal detecting for nuggets and a lot of hiking and exploring around. The weather and company was great! We were to get both detectors over a gold nuggets before the day ended. The GPZ 7000 found a nice 1-2 Grammer under an old tree that was growing out from the wash bottom and the Gold Monster 1000 nailed a smaller, probably
  3. Hello All, Well I was able to get out for a few hours with my Daughter. We dug a bunch of rubbish with the Minelab Gold Monster and GPZ 7000. Towards the end of the day, I finally scored a very nice 1/3 ounce gold nugget. It weighed in at 7.8 Dwt's. I was pretty excited since it's been months since I have really been out metal detecting. Wishing you all a success hunt. Rob
  4. Hey Guys, Here is part 2 of working this old placer area here in Arizona. Man, it was warm out there, high humidity and high temps. If you enjoy the videos, please subscribe to our channel, click that LIKE button and right that BELL button.
  5. Hello All, We all know that it only takes one nice, big nugget to start a small modern day metal detecting gold rush. I'm sure the prospectors in Arizona remember the famous Stanton, Arizona "Tongue Nugget." This piece was around 28 ounces, not by far the biggest found, but sure started a gold rush down South of Stanton, Arizona. Other nuggets like the recent California "Butte Nugget" have re-sparked interest in metal detecting the California placers. There still are a lot of big nuggets being found, some being shown, others kept secret. Another place up at Ric
  6. Hello All, Yesterday a partner and I decided to take advantage of the nice weather and get out and swing a bit. Luckily, it only sprinkled a few times, not enough to get us too wet. We both concentrated on a large section of exposed bedrock, but loaded with rubbish. After a long hunt, this is what we turned up. Biggest piece is over a Dwt and around 4 Dwt's total weight. We both were using Minelab GPX 5000's with Coiltek Elite Mono Searchoils. It's out there .....
  7. Hello All, I talk with a lot of customers daily, besides all the emails and PM's. One thing many guys talk about it finding those big gold nuggets. Well they are still out there, but the ratio is low compared to smaller gold. There are thousands of smaller nuggets under a few Dwt's compared to just one gold nugget over an ounce. Here is an example of over 200 nuggets, only 4 of them over 1/4 ounce in weight. The three larger ones are in the 1 to 2.50 ounce range, but take a look at all the dinks and smaller .5 - 1.5 Gram sizes. Just thought this would be a good conversation thread. R