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River Detecting for Gold Nuggets

See who gets the Biggest Nugget

Gold Prospector's Jeff ( Smithsgold ) and Gary ( Two Toes ) Head to the Hills in search of  rare Gold Nuggets.

Watch and see who gets the most Gold and the Biggest Nugget.

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