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Post  Rimbuman on Wed Mar 19, 2014 2:21 am

Hi,

I am from Amsterdam holland but I live in Thailand, I own a hardly used MineLab GP 3500 modded (complete works by Woody) and 3 carbon coils 11, 18 and 35 inch.
I have done some prospecting but only dug trash, the amount of trash is unbelievable in this country.
I bought a Fisher goldbug for discriminating targets but have yet so see if this is going to be feasible with targets about every half a meter I walk.
This is my introductory post to let you know who I am, where I am en what I am walking with.

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Post  Nightjar on Wed Mar 19, 2014 9:36 am

Welcome to the forum Rimbuman,
We humans are a very untidy race, no matter where you go someone has been before and dropped metallic rubbish.
Although, sometimes you may uncover a rare coin or artifact.
Here the West Australian gold fields are littered with rusting tin, bullets and boot tacks, however fortunately we are still able to dig a few gold nuggets.
There is a lot of info here, so hope you enjoy gleaning the interesting bits.
Good luck with future searches.

Peter




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Post  Guest on Wed Mar 19, 2014 11:30 am

Q17    Q31  Rimbuman

Can't wait to hear about your adventures
Good luck with your gp3500, they are a good machine.
Will pick up all the rubbish  Q07 
BUT! they do find gold, when you walk over it.

Plenty of this  V11  to finally get  V18

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Post  CostasDee on Wed Mar 19, 2014 11:48 am

Hi Rimbuman and  Q31  to the forum.

Following up from your story re all the trash, although it's not as sensitive, I'd be tempted to use a DD coil which allows you to use the discriminator so that you don't have to waste as much time digging up all that trash. Then when you found a piece of gold, then I'd put the mono coil back on to thoroughly go through the area. Might be something to think about...best of luck out there.
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