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Post  goldquest Sat Aug 25, 2012 9:35 am

Good morning everyone, I would like to know if any members of this forum using a Nugget Finder Advantage 14 " mono round, and what are the pros and cons, if any, of this particular coil, depth, sensitivity, etc.., Considering that I I would like to use it in Victoria and particularly in the Golden Triangle.
Any type of comment will be appreciated.
Thank you
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Post  Guest Sun Sep 02, 2012 11:30 pm

Hi Goldquest,

My main coil is the NFA 14" round mono. I have two, both the spoked aswell as the solid.

Sensitivity on the small bread and butter nuggets is astounding aswell as the the bigger bits at depth. I regularly dig holes down to 16" or greater. It's a good allrounder and light enough to swing all day everyday. When not using the 14" my other coils is the NFA 18" round mono.

The 14" solid may be a good choice in Vic as a solid doesn't have the tendancy to get hung up on sticks and brush as does a spoked, an aspect that find apealing here in WA aswell.

Now for the cons.

Unfortunatly I can't think of any sorry.


Cheers,

Steve

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Post  goldquest Mon Sep 03, 2012 4:15 pm

madtuna wrote:Hi Goldquest,

My main coil is the NFA 14" round mono. I have two, both the spoked aswell as the solid.

Sensitivity on the small bread and butter nuggets is astounding aswell as the the bigger bits at depth. I regularly dig holes down to 16" or greater. It's a good allrounder and light enough to swing all day everyday. When not using the 14" my other coils is the NFA 18" round mono.

The 14" solid may be a good choice in Vic as a solid doesn't have the tendancy to get hung up on sticks and brush as does a spoked, an aspect that find apealing here in WA aswell.

Now for the cons.

Unfortunatly I can't think of any sorry.


Cheers,

Steve

Thank you Steve, I am glad that I bought one, I can't wait to try it.
Cheers
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