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Very nice , Mike! Were you using your E-TRAC?

I did the same thing and only found a small silver ring and a silver crucifix with the 800. No gold. My Nox must be faulty!

Dean

 

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Very nice..... that gets the ole heart a thumping!

strick

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Hi Bado,   

 In the wood chips I use the F75LTD with DST and the little 5x10" DD coil.  

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Mike

 

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Nice! I found a new tot lot today when I went to watch my grandson play football. Gonna hit it on Thursday.

 

Dean

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My wife always ask what I've found when I get home

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Too bad on the CZ because they looked at first like rose quartz.  Nice find though!

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