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Wow what a character. :laugh:

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Funny chap! I can just imagine him finding a multi ouncer. Actually, I bet he acts like that every time he finds a nugget! That was entertaining for sure.

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That's a great video! The GPZ is an amazing detector.

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got to like a guy with that much energy

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He is funny when he gets excited that's for sure. It was sad when his little dog died a while back. This is one of my favorites of his. It' shows a little more of the reality of gold nugget hunting....at least my experiences.....again viewer discretion is advised..

strick

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Came across his videos a few months ago....can't help but love the guy! (Good thing I was in the Navy, and my dad was a construction worker....get a hoot out of his colorful language!?)

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Strick, been there, done that, LMFAO

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 It must be something in the Australian water. Or maybe they need something in their water.

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