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I got a chance to go out on a couple of hunts this week and the best things I found were this little 10K/1.28 g Gold Ring, a 4 g Silver Ring and this 4 oz Lure.  I think the lure is the most expensive!

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The little ring was a challenge as it was down about 5 inches and I had forgotten I had my F2 on at 5 from an experiment.  With that setting the quarters sounded funny and I was about ready to do a factory reset when I discovered the 'problem.'  I was using the 15" coil so I consider it a good get for the small target that read 6.

Mitchel

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Nice finds. The gold ring is a little over $30 at today's melt price. That lure would go right into the tackle box for me! I normally find lures with hooks rusted off or in bad shape.

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That is just a pressed crease in the silver.  That is an ok silver ring.

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Nice pile of treasure Mitchel. Those large lures do get expensive, that's why I make my own.

HH

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