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GaryC/Oregon Coast

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  1. I have found the larger pieces of gold (not patches), meaning over a 1/4 ounce (not that I have found that many) in the most unusual places that can't be logically or technically explained. People just tell me "Gold is where you find it". Sometimes you just have to leave it at that. GaryC/Oregon Coast
  2. Got mine on Gerrys second shipment. Headphones look good. I did return my unit to have a lower rod cam replacement. Not sure what they did but it was a negligible improvement. I was probably over sensitive to the perceived wobble in the shaft. My X-Terra 705 is the same way. Thought I would address the problem before it got worse. Minelab was super fast on fix and return. Can't say enough about the good service in this facility! GaryC/Oregon Coast
  3. That is a nice one! What's the weight? Yes, bigger gold with using the muscle power in your head. GaryC/Oregon Coast
  4. Looks like Fort Powatan, Virginia when I hunted for Civil War relics. Trees shoulder to shoulder! That's an awesome site! GaryC/Oregon Coast
  5. How about a general view of the area, if it won't give too much away. Thanks, GaryC/Oregon Coast
  6. That's a nice clean one 1afox! GaryC/Oregon Coast
  7. Amazing recovery. When I was part of Ring Finders in California they would only notify me of the lost rings 75-100 miles from me. Seems you drove that far and more to get that gig. You are probably still drawing off that Karma today! NICE! GaryC/Oregon Coast
  8. Thanks Scott, got mine today. If you would have put a return address I would have sent you some stamps!, just saying. I appreciate the nice job you did on these. GaryC/Oregon Coast
  9. That is amazing. I had no clue. I haven't hunted the beach too much but on the south jetty where the wind surfers go looks like a place to give it a try. I've seen many lawn chairs out there on occasion. Getting to the south jetty is the problem. It's a long, long walk. GaryC/Oregon Coast
  10. Thanks canslawhero, Cal-Cobra, Steve for the individual information. I probably will learn the machine first as set up and then move into five tones with no rejection as I am accustom to. So many ways to hunt with this machine. GaryC/Oregon Coast
  11. I wouldn't think very small diamonds in the rough would be that clear to see through. I thought rough diamonds were somewhat cloudy until cut or polished. Just guessing here. GaryC/Oregon Coast
  12. OK, I'm coming from using an X-Terra 705 to a Nox. I have hunted in all metal for many years now with the 705 and have become accustom to all the mixed signals. Is this feasible with the Nox, lets say in Park 1? I know there are lots of options to opt out of all metal when needed but will all metal hunting be the best use starting out with this machine? GaryC/Oregon Coast
  13. Thanks for the WELCOME. GaryC/Oregon Coast
  14. Welcome from Florence, Oregon a Coast Guard City! GaryC/Oregon Coast
  15. Check you PM. All Oregon comments will be by PM. We love it here!! GaryC/Oregon Coast
  16. Thanks Scott, appreciate the interest GaryC/Oregon Coast
  17. New to the site! Like what I see and read. Hope to get out more with my Nox which replaced my X-Terra 705. Being a California transplant to Oregon recently will require loads more outings to get a handle on all the new for me reg's and permits these Oregon coastal and inland counties require for hunting. Only have about six hours on my Nox now so haven't tried to do much fiddling with the settings as of now. Still learning the basics with this new monster. Just an awesome site here Steve! GaryC/Oregon Coast
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