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Advanced Nugget Hunting With the Fisher Gold Bug Metal Detector FRL870295A 3rd Ed 1993

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Advanced Nugget Hunting With the Fisher Gold Bug Metal Detector by Pieter Heydelaar & Dave Johnson, Fisher Labs

3rd Printing Jan 1993, 2.36 MB pdf file, 46 pages

This out-of-print book is a good basic text on gold nugget detecting. Although it uses the original Fisher Gold Bug as an example the information applies to most nugget detectors. Part 2 by David Johnson is an excellent primer on hot rocks.

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