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gambler last won the day on September 25 2016

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    San Jose, ca.
  • Interests:
    nails, nails, nails, and nails. oh, and rusty nails. and now lead shot, and fishing weights.yay
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    gmt, mxs , keene highbanker for when I want to get wet.

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  1. Tom Boykins Nevada Adventure

    cool vid tom
  2. Tom Boykins Nevada Adventure

    cool, lets see more.
  3. Gpz 7000 Starting Out Video

    thanks guys and gal so I am ok to use the garret carrot with the gpz if I need it? no cross interferance?
  4. Gpz 7000 Starting Out Video

    two quick questions, 1. he uses his hand a lot over the coil, can I assume the z isnt sensitive to human hands like a vlf? 2. why doesn't he use a pinpointer?
  5. Hi guys, in your opinion, what is the best vid on youtube for someone just starting out with the gpz? Maybe something that walks you through the start up settings and stuff.
  6. I've never been 300 feet from a stream, including right in front of forest service officer. not disputing what you said, but until someone with a uniform tells me different I'm 'banking. that seems like a flippant response, however it's not meant to be. I believe I am not breaking the law, and will continue to 'bank near the river. I respect your post though.
  7. not trying to derail this thread, but you can highbank in california. you just can't discharge directly into a water course. I usually set up far enough away to allow the sediment to drop out before the water makes it's way back to the river. if I'm too close to the water to do that, I use a mortar tub to allow the discharge to settle.
  8. you don't need to classify when you're stream panning, save that for cleaning cons. like klunker said, use technique to clear the pan. if you are out mding, all you need is a pan clipped to your pack. the more panning you do, the better you get.
  9. White's Shovel Offering

    awesome, I need a beard and veins on my arms. and I want them now!
  10. now I know how boris badanuv got his name
  11. not everyone stopped dredging.
  12. Boot Alert

    http://www.fire-etc.com/redback-easy-escape-slip-on-black-leather-boot-UBBK/?gclid=Cj0KEQjww7zHBRCToPSj_c_WjZIBEiQAj8il5NahkDusK-VR-AUIM5FrNT0AdFPFVI-xojgfGvzEjmAaArRM8P8HAQable. these are my everyday work boots, 9 hours on my feet and very comfortable. plus you can kneel down and not have laces to cut off the blood flow. I should add, they are available in the USA, and in wide sizes. and made by our friends in australia. (yay) (not china)
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