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    First gold ring with the tarsacci

    Hit a old swimming hole with the tarsacci the other day and dug up a ladies 14k- 3.1g gold ring.
    This area is littered with bottles caps, pulltabs, cans and other junk. The tarsacci has taken the place of my T2 which has some issues with bad ground here at this old swimming hole. I believe there are a few more gold if only I would go over them.

    denny
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    Wow, that ring is a beauty!

    Littered with bottle caps and pull tabs, that my FAVORITE type of swimming hole! Those spots are perfect for my coin and ring dredge!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CASPER-2 View Post
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    Every year this area fills up with fresh water then dries up. Very popular area.

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    Watch those digits 12 and under especially 4 and 5 wher most of the gold ring fall. Bottle cap are interesting with this machine.....-28 for the old rusty ones and +20ish for those with copper. That is indeed a real beauty
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    nice lookin ring thanks for the picture
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    What a beautiful find! Congrats
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    If you don't look for it you won't find it!! So get out there and dig it.

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    Sweet ring, I'm still waiting for my first gold... It's a beauty...
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    Thought I had a good one. Ended up being stainless steel. Bummer.
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    Congrats on the stunner!
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    I agree that first gold is stunning!!
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    Beautiful!
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    There is something truly exhilarating about digging an item of remarkable value out of the ground.

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    Nice Golden Ice, congrat's it's a bute , Earl
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