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#1

dearali
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Joined: 21 November 2020
Posts: 1
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21 November 2020 07:44 pm

Gidday and thanks for the add.
Its great to be here- Im a keen novice and look forward to being part of prospecting Australia
Cheers Alison smile

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#2

Jaros
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From: S.E.Qld., QLD
Joined: 11 August 2013
Posts: 13,211
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21 November 2020 07:52 pm

Welcome to the forum Alison-you'll enjoy it.
Jaros. smile


F1A4M2, Exterra 705 Gold, Ace 250, Goldrat 8" Dreammat River Sluice.

#3

BeachBunnyTRHunter-PA
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Joined: 25 November 2020
Posts: 15
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25 November 2020 03:42 pm

My name is Brittany and I live and detect on the East coast of Florida. Fort Lauderdale and Miami. A few hundred KM north is the treasure coast full of Spanish treasure from 300 years ago and more. I hunt on the beach and in the water using a Garrett Sea Hunter II. I like PI units and I am getting better with it to discriminate out some of the trash. I want to add the difficult-to-find TDI PRO OR THE TDI PRO OZ to my detectors because there are some cool things you can do with it depending on how you set PULSE DELAY AND TARGET CONDUCTIVITY. I once tried a Minelab SD2100D and learned the hard way what that detector could find, like AA/AAA batteries at 0,70 meters, OR tiny iron flakes at the same depth. Needless to say, I sold that detector quickly.

I have videos in 4k of my detecting on the beach but I don't know if I can say my youtube channel?

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Brittany Paige | Email: bapaige01@yahoo.com

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#4

Flowerpot
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From: WoopWoop
Joined: 09 January 2018
Posts: 1,467
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25 November 2020 04:11 pm

Welcome to PA Alison. big_smile


whale oil beef hooked

#5

BeachBunnyTRHunter-PA
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Joined: 25 November 2020
Posts: 15
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26 November 2020 12:03 am

"whale oil beef hooked" Gaelic isn't it? OMG. fire


Brittany Paige | Email: bapaige01@yahoo.com

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#6

silver
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Joined: 19 December 2013
Posts: 16,536
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26 November 2020 02:22 am

Welcome aboard Alison and Brittany..
Envious of your prospects over there Brittany tongue
Alison my Dad (GRHS) used to hunt crabs amongst the rocks at Emu Park way way back mid last century.... he told me an old bloke up there taught him how to be still and listen for the sounds of the crabs sliding across the rocks to know where they were... then he'd catch them by hand. Big muddies in amongst the rocks... who'd a thunk it hey. big_smile


What a great day ! ,... " I'll see you in the field ".

#7

Warble
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Joined: 18 November 2020
Posts: 5
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27 November 2020 02:33 pm

Welcome Alison,

There is a lot of information on this website, I found the searching some of the posts handy when setting up my detector to run nice and quiet and also reinforced the general prospecting mindset of leaving minimal impact and enjoying the bush.

Regards

Gavin


GPX 4500, Landcruiser, 6 pack of baked beans

#8

Flowerpot
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From: WoopWoop
Joined: 09 January 2018
Posts: 1,467
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29 November 2020 10:54 pm

BeachBunnyTRHunter-PA wrote:

"whale oil beef hooked" Gaelic isn't it? OMG. fire

Whale, it moit be Gaelic, lol, or It moit be Whine. Welcome to PA too BBTRH


whale oil beef hooked

#9

Deepseeker
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Joined: 13 August 2018
Posts: 1,549
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30 November 2020 06:24 am

Welcome aboard Alison and Brittany. Happy hunting gold-nugget goldpan gemstone pickshovel

Last edited by Deepseeker (30 November 2020 06:25 am)


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