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Post  goldentim on Mon Feb 23, 2009 7:19 pm

Hey everyone, just wondering how the tarnagulla area is going these days? I was there a few years back and am thinking about returning this year. I had planned to return to WA this year but it looks like I wont be able to make it this time around so plan B is Vic. Does anyone know how much a unpowered site is at tarnagulla caravan park, I will be in a tent. I dont know why but I just liked the look of the ground around that place, and the first nugget I ever found came out of the diggings over the back of the caravan park hill, 17.5 grams with a eureka gold detector.
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p.s. anyone who was on PennyWeights WA tour last year or John Dyers WA tour and lives in Victoria and would like to catch up for a bit of detecting I am aiming to be down that way by about early May, so let us know..
Tim..
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Post  echidnadigger on Mon Feb 23, 2009 7:49 pm

Tim,
Wouldn'T it be great if you didn't get a reply because no one Knew about the area?
The bad news is that it is a very well known and well worked area.
The good news is: Its a well known area for bigger gold and gold is still being found there.
Good luck.
Brett.
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Post  goldentim on Mon Feb 23, 2009 8:03 pm

hey, yeah I have heard about tarnagulla as being a big gold area thats what drew me to that place for the first time, im the sort of person who will try the most unlikely places I call them the "dickhead" spots as these spots are often over looked by others. I will probably just start off at Tarnagulla and see how it goes, if no yellow shows up in a couple of weeks I shall move else where.
that fish is called a leather jacket, caught in Lake Maquarie NSW. You acually have to peel the skin off instead of scaling them as they have this leathery course skin, great eating fish though.
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Post  echidnadigger on Mon Feb 23, 2009 8:12 pm

Tim,
Well done you have just given away one of the best tips for prospectors now days. LOL
Good luck and good approach.
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