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  • Steve Herschbach changed the title to Very Few Targets... But One Nice Gold

Nice ring but I really like the Shark tooth.

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That's a pretty ring. Nice job getting it! Lucky for you - you only found the tooth and not the shark 😄

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Very nice chunky gold there! Shark tooth is pretty sweet too, congrats!

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15 hours ago, okara gold said:

9.4 gram

Were You at neck level depth?😳

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Nice looking hunt and some good gold also.

What did the shark tooth ring up at, I hope it wasn't a high OUCH.

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Way to go Bob.  I know you are glad just to have the machine back and out there in the water.  Congrats on that beauty especially right now when things are tuff out there.  See ya on the beach buddy

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That ring is beautiful. Love seeing those in the scoop !!! Drop that ATS back to 6 and be prepared to dig some holes lol. Congradulstions.

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3 hours ago, Carolina said:

That ring is beautiful. Love seeing those in the scoop !!! Drop that ATS back to 6 and be prepared to dig some holes lol. Congradulstions.

I’ll give it a go with a lower ATS next time out. Should be trying out the 8 inch next week when the lower rod arrives. 

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