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Post  trekkie on Mon Apr 01, 2019 10:40 pm

anyone with tips of areas to look at .any advice would be greatly appreciated as am still new to this thanks Very Happy  Very Happy

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Post  Rgrieg11 on Fri Sep 27, 2019 3:15 pm

Hi Trekkie have you had any luck at Fryerstow area? I'm new to deteting as well and have tried at the following places: Creswick,Talbot, and Amherst.
Still no luck yellow yet, only heaps of spent shells, bullets & scraps of old iron! Sad Sad


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Post  Kon61gold on Wed Oct 16, 2019 7:53 pm

Fellas, this is where one has to do their own homework, for rarely does one point you to where they found gold, for the finders themselves might want to come back to these localities someday, as better detecting technology becomes available. There are many books/maps available through metal detecting shops, or map shops etc, that will help you learn about the richness of a gold locality of the past & or the type of gold associated with such areas. The rest is ground time on your behalf.
Now as for Castlemain/Fryerstown/Chewton/Irishtown etc,etc, all have been kind to me in the past. The nuggety gold found there, might not be as prominent as it was 20/30 years ago, but all the above mentioned localities have produced colour from sub gram, all the way up to the odd multi-ounce slug of gold.

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