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hi all, my first post on this forum. What i am interested in finding out is how you gents research an area for future trips. I am finding gold around leonora
but my biggest piece is 3 grams, with most being around .3 of a gram. I run a 5000 and my favorite coil is n/f 17/11. We are currently going to old mines
and working out from them. I am not that crash hot on deciphering geo maps so would appreciate any information that could help me in my quest...
thanks ron..

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Hi Ron. First of all..welcome to the forum. Usually we all start off researching where gold has been found by the oldtimers and work around that area. Oldtimer diggings in the Eastern states are pretty easy to spot and work but as you can imagine, every man and their dog has had a swing over the majority. That's not to say, there isn't still gold to be found but a lot of the easy gold has been detected over the years.

As I haven't ventured over to the West at this point, I cant give you any pointers or advise as to where to start you search. Other forum members have made the trek and could point you in the right direction. Cheers, Vet69

Wed Oct 22, 2014 10:29 pm
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