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Metal Detectors For Gold & Gold Nugget Prospecting Metal Detecting Videos Finding Gold XV | Gold Investment Deals

Metal Detectors For Gold & Gold Nugget Prospecting Metal Detecting Videos Finding Gold XV

January 10, 2013 by  
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Metal detectors for gold and gold nuggets. Prospecting metal detecting videos. How to find gold with metal detectors. Metal detecting location guides and prospecting tools: www.treasuresites.com Metal detecting tips. Finding Gold with metal detectors – where to look, what to do. Find gold…

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25 Responses to “Metal Detectors For Gold & Gold Nugget Prospecting Metal Detecting Videos Finding Gold XV”
  1. flagold says:

    If you have any thoughts of getting the unit wet or diving/snorkeling, go with the Infinium. Both the GBII and Whites GMT/MXT can be waded with. Looking for dredge spots, trying to figure out gold lines in gravel bars, go with the GMT or MXT (and maybe the AT Pro – I have not used it yet). Wading sniping can be done with all the above, the GBII is very good at it.

  2. Jim Furr says:

    Hi Matt, You said that you went back with the GoldBug II, “Because that’s the most likely thing we could find gold with.” I’m trying to decide between GB II and Garrett’s Infinium as my first detector. I WILL be using it around water, But I could bag the Instrument tightly using pull-ties and strong plastic. I notice that you also use GB ii in and around water. I also want to do crevicing. You mentioned once that if I were to use a detector around water – to go with Garrett Infin.

  3. hassan usman says:

    good…

  4. yurivic says:

    Great video! Priceless answers!

  5. 1uptospeed says:

    thanks for your time & knowhow ! + explaining

  6. cher3mb0 says:

    3 guys could not found any gold

  7. nevadaacoustic24 says:

    id

  8. kaliman64 says:

    Im, Sorry old timer but cut the crapp explanatory and show some gold nugget finding
    gushhhhhhh yeeeee!! bla bla bla

  9. Jason Waddington says:

    I luv you flagold!!! AWESOME VIDEO!!!!!

  10. 545allec says:

    Very nice info. Thanks for sharing.

  11. Wisepaul100 says:

    Awesome Video!

  12. flagold says:

    : I don’t – practically any of them will buzz a nugget if the smallest coil available is used. Good luck!

  13. planetman07 says:

    Im going down to VA in a couple of weeks and I have a Bounty Hunter Quick Draw 2. It’s suppose to be able to find nuggets according to the manual. Do you have any experience with this type of detector?

  14. DeadliestSoldier says:

    Thank you for the reply.

  15. flagold says:

    : yes, the most productive area for the larger gold is out in Western Colorado in the streams and rivers near Bedrock and beyond. Eastern and central Co, gold is plentiful, but usually very fine and hard to separate. The various gold wheels will separate the gold from the sands of the Arkansas and elsewhere, if they are sifted 1/16 down to 20 mesh to get the larger stones out they do a good job.

  16. DeadliestSoldier says:

    will Colorado be a good source of finding precious metals?

  17. biggoldnugget says:

    great video, I am new to the metal detecting been dredging and panning for ever Valley County got a bounty hunter from my wife for my b-day and I am hooked thanks for the tips

  18. Alex Perez says:

    will the fisher f2 is not really for starters!:)

  19. flagold says:

    :Yes to both questions and Whites itself has some videos on using the MXT (various ways) – very best of luck in the field to you.

  20. stoatmax says:

    Fantastic! Thank you for the quick reply. Would you recommend the Whites Eclipse Shooter DD coil you used in this video? And as far as learning to use the detector, will the manual give me enough info to learn to use it correctly and efficiently?

  21. flagold says:

    : yes, the MXT is one of the great detectors of all time. It is not a nugget hunter right out of the box, however, you will need the small “shooter” coil for maximum sensitivity. Practice on small pieces of shot before you go and read the manual several times (the stock setup instructions are written on the detector for the 3 modes it has). Doesn’t get much more user friendly than that. The GBII – top notch detector but is a one trick pony – prospecting.

  22. stoatmax says:

    Fantastic video, thank you. I had a question regarding choice of detector… I live in CA and in about 2 weeks I’m going up to north CA.We’ll be prospecting for nuggets up there as well as panning, and I’d like to have a MD to use for coins and jewelry, so I was planning on getting the MXT. But I’m worried it might not be good enough for nuggets, and that I should get a GBII instead. What are your thoughts? Is the MXT good enough for prospecting?
    Thanks.
    -max

  23. flagold says:

    : the coil is a Whites’ Eclipse Shooter DD.  The small coil turns the MXT into a very good nugget shooter (coinshooter as well). Very best of luck in your metal detecting!

  24. flagold says:

    : the very best of luck to you! When Eastern Airlines folded in the early 1990’s it seemed like the end of the world to me and 80,000 other workers (some committed suicide, including one on my crew). I was determined to make it on my own after that, and it made all the difference. Prospecting may or may not be the thing that you end up doing, but your willingness to even give it a try rather than give up and give in means you’ll probably come out of this recession OK. Good luck!

  25. rz9027 says:

    GOOD VIDEO.. rick in san diego..

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