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Bohemia Miner

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  • Location:
    Cottage Grove, Oregon, USA
  • Interests:
    Gold Prospecting & Mining, Metal Detecting, Hunting & Fishing plus shooting Muzzleloaders.
  • Gear Used:
    White's TDI SL High-Q
    Whites, GM24K,
    White's Bullseye TRX,
    Nokta Makro Simplex,
    Nokta Makro Pulse Dive Pin Pointer,
    Nokta Makro Gold Kruzer,
    Garrett Ace Apex,
    Garrett Pro Pointer AT

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  1. I called Todd yesterday and he's received another truck load from Whites. He asked me to give him a little more time but took a list of what I needed so he could keep an eye out for it.
  2. I'm looking for a pair of light weight and comfortable boots with hiking soles and no metal eyelets or hooks. The key words are Light Weight and Comfortable! Anyone know of any? Thanks! Walt
  3. It would be great if they would make it something like 20, 40 & 60 kHz as Simon mentioned. Add wireless audio and viola, GM2000! I wish they had made the Eureka Gold simultaneous. I think it would have made a BIG difference.
  4. I spoke with Todd Marshall today and he just picked up ALL the left over parts from White's. He said to give him about 3 weeks to sort it all out before calling for availability.
  5. I heard from a buddy that Minelab was discontinuing this model. I hope it's not true! I also heard from another buddy that they are no longer going to make single frequency Gold Machines. I know rumors are what they are but wanted to reach out anyway. Thanks! Walt
  6. Wished I'd have bought about a half dozen at the beginning of the year!
  7. "AT Pro Pointer = TRX" I did an Air test last night. The TRX found a 1 grain piece of gold 1/2" from the tip. The Carrot wouldn't find it at all!
  8. I would have liked to have seen the TDI in the water-Proof "Sport" platform with a variety of coil sizes. Whites really missed the boat by just modifying their Beach Machine. When I first started selling Metal Detectors I was confused by the Infinium's 96 Frequencies. It's Pulse Induction. It doesn't operate on a Frequency, right. Then I realized it was like a cordless phone with 96 "Channel's". There would have been less confusion if they would have used THAT terminology instead.
  9. Other than the Falcon MD 20 Probe, does anybody make a Prospecting specific Pin Pointer for small gold? Thanks! Walt
  10. Can anyone tell me what Frequency the Pro-Find 35 operates at? I can't find it anywhere. Is the search field off the tip like the TRX or 360 like the Garrett? Thanks! Walt
  11. I was selling at the Portland Oregon GPAA show a few years back. A man came up to me looking for a Gold Bug. I showed him Fisher’s latest offering to which he replied “No, I’m looking for an Original, without the Screen”. I explained to him that they were few and far between. I then inquired as to the reason for his search and dislike for the newer model. Both were 19kHz. Both had Ground Balance capabilities with the new “Bug” more user friendly. He then told me the following story. He and a Buddy were out Nugget Hunting. He had the original and his Buddy was using the current model.
  12. Thanks Mitchel! Looks live you live in the place of my birth. I love detecting that beach. I don't know how long you've been there but I used to visit my Grandmother every summer. They had an Amusement park on a pier near Venice called Pacific Ocean Park (POP).
  13. I’ve heard of folks hunting the Rye Patch area of Nevada. How do they gain access? Do they have their own claim? Are there Open to the Public areas? What about Local Prospecting Clubs? Thanks! Walt
  14. Great Video Steve, thanks for sharing! I never really thought about iron mixed with good targets "Averaging" or lowering the VDI.
  15. I got my first chance to take the Apex out for a test drive in a local park. I chose U.S. Coins mode because the area I was hunting is home to a Carnival with Rides and Game Booths every year. I must say, it ran fairly quiet until it hit a target. I will most likely use Zero in the future as the “Pre-set” modes may have more discrimination than I’m used to. Or I could “Accept” some of the blocked-out segments to create a “Custom” Program. Overall impressions: Simple, nice and light weight, well balanced, easy to adjust settings plus the Wireless Audio that you can hear your Pin Pointer t
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