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Walker last won the day on December 7

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About Walker

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  • Birthday 01/28/1971

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  • Location:
    Colorado and Arizona
  • Gear Used:
    Zed

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  1. My Last Three Weeks Activities

    Nice JW! I wish I had the time and patience to tell the story like that.
  2. Busted A Fatty Today!

    Sorry everyone, I have been super busy. I have been detecting Rich Hill area. I was running in extra deep with the Zed. It was a solid inverted signal. I was surprised it didn't have the warble. Probably about 20 inches deep.
  3. I happened upon this toad today. Just under 2 Oz. 59.8 grams!
  4. I broke the swing arm on my 7000 so this was my fix. It has been through the fight and prevailed.
  5. Value Of Used GPX 4000?

    Google it, it’s googleable.
  6. Wow! Those hands tell a story. Nice, nice gold.
  7. I Finally Joined The Club!!

    Wow! Those days are rare! Great job!
  8. Gold Tellurides

    This is what happens when you roast a piece.
  9. Gold Tellurides

    The first photo is obvious why it would be detectable. But this one isn't.
  10. Gold Tellurides

    I have found several pieces of sylvanite and caleverite in the laplata mountains in southwest Colorado with vlf units and the falcon. Some pieces have masses of gold but some don't. The telluride is definitely detectable. I have some pieces I will post as soon as I have time.
  11. Gold Tellurides

    I have found several pieces of sylvanite and caleverite in the laplata mountains in southwest Colorado with vlf units and the falcon. Some pieces have masses of gold but some don't. The telluride is definitely detectable. I have some pieces I will post as soon as I have time.
  12. What Was Your 1st Detector?

    When I was about 10 I used my Dad's compass TR. and found a few silver coins. So I saved up and bought a whites 6DB vlf and went door to door in Durango Colorado and found mass coinage. A guy by the name of Ron Driscol saw me and took me detecting a bit. Ron moved to Arizona for the gold. I lost touch with him for about 20 years. I got back in touch a few years before he passed.
  13. Aussie Critters Seen In The Goldfields

    Thanks for the correction, it's hard to understand and you can only ask "what " so many times. I loved it out there. Hope to return someday. I left gold in the ground because I had to fly out. That was 11 years ago.
  14. Aussie Critters Seen In The Goldfields

    I spent a couple months north of laverton and saw a lot of really cool "critters" us yanks aren't familiar with. The bush turkey walked like it didn't want it's hair messed up. I saw a couple snakes the size of a pencil that my buddy Steve Misson said was deadly, a ? Guata? And even more rare, a couple sun bakers!
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