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GaryC/Oregon Coast

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About GaryC/Oregon Coast

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  • Location:
    Florence, Oregon Coast
  • Interests:
    All types hunting, coin, beach, relic, nugget, ghost towns, park, field, scrapes, construction zones, ski/toboggan areas, campsites, parking strips and any local history.
  • Gear Used:
    Minelab Equinox 800, Fisher Impulse AQ Ltd., Minelab X-Terra 705 (Sunray Gold Pro headphones), Minelab X-Terra 70, Tesoro P.I. SandShark. Minelab SDC 2300 (sold), Minelab GPX 4000 (sold)

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  1. Saw it! Very disappointing. Not sure I can believe the Gold Coin find! GaryC/Oregon Coast
  2. Are you on the AQ Limited List? You will want an extra battery. This one is cheaper than buying it from Fisher. Brand new, never used. $100.00 includes Priority Postage. Send Private message only. Thanks GaryC/Oregon Coast
  3. I used this unit on the last two trips to Ganes Creek AK. Worked like a charm. Functions properly. Has lots of refills to go with it! One unit (Has cartridge inserted), One holster with belt clip, Two unopened boxes refills(Cartridge + 3 pads), One unopened box refills (4 Cartridges + 12 pads), One unopened 2 pack cartridges, 8 individual sealed pads. Enough to last a few trips in the boonies. $85.00 with FREE Priority Postage. Way below retail. Thanks for looking. GaryC/Oregon Coast
  4. There had better be a lake in Hamilton! Hard to leave this one. GaryC/Oregon Coast
  5. Looks to be pot metal to me. Not very good definition in it's appearance. Maybe a fantasy ring? GaryC/Oregon Coast
  6. I would think the finds would be around the bags in the depressions, just a thought. GaryC/Oregon Coast
  7. Are you on the AQ Limited List? You will want an extra battery. This one is cheaper than buying it from Fisher. Brand new, never used. $100.00 includes Priority Postage. Send Private message only. Thanks GaryC/Oregon Coast
  8. RR, Yup, when there isn't anything there, there just isn't anything there! "I was using my Evolution scoop on the right on the picture and it was a pleasure to dig." Just got one recently and IT IS a pleasure to dig with, Love It! GaryC/Oregon Coast
  9. Welcome Chuckwalla, I actually got to detect many of the abandoned homes you pictured at Eagle Mountain about twenty years ago. Hitched my way in on an Eagle Mtn. Mine tour arranged by the Yucaipa Historical Society. I only got about two hours of hunt time in before we had to leave, but did manage a few silvers, wheats and cool do dads from under all those clothes lines that were behind those dwellings. I haven't heard of anyone getting in there legally, since. GaryC/Oregon Coast
  10. So, are these bottles and jugs washing down into the pond/stream? from the bank? Very nice assortment for a days work. Gary/C Oregon Coast
  11. Persistence, Patience, Perserverence!!! Doesn't matter what equipment you have! BINGO! Gary/C Oregon Coast
  12. Sorry to the next 50 on the waiting list( I know the pain), will not be letting this one go too soon. Gary/C Oregon Coast
  13. Sorry for the delay in putting my experiences on paper, I received my AQ 8-7-20. I have lived in Oregon now for the last three years. Coming from California I was use to un-ending tourists, vacationers, locals streaming to the beaches all year long. Here in Oregon I now have to live with the fact that many of my close, local beaches are just not popular with "In the water" type of beach goers. These beaches do not have the throngs of people lying a towel out and sunning themselves all day long. Most are lucky to get a few hours of towel sitting and then start looking for a wind break to h
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