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    metal detector

    Sep 2010
    Denver,CO
    xterra 705 by minelab
    105
    5 times
    Prospecting

    Discovered USGS MINERAL REPORTS

    USGS website did alot of research on US mineral assets. Thats one good thing about a gigantic government they do some work for us.

    Tells you where they found potential for gold mining in each area of your state. In my case CO. So you know where to go looking.

    You should type "Mineral Resource Potential" in the exact phrase part.

    For example it showed where one high potential placer and one secondary placer exist on the map. Also near that area another high potential area for finding gold.
    Last edited by Gold_Striker; Oct 05, 2014 at 01:05 PM.
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    us
    Dec 2013
    Colorado
    Garrett/White
    173
    131 times
    Gemstone, fossil & rock collecting, gold panning,sluicing,dredging, drywashing, metal detecting
    Thanks Gold Striker ! It always helpful to know that sometimes the BIG GUY does do some work for our $$ dollars. Saves me some work!!! LOL :-)

    Gonna do some research (I am looking for a gemstone claim!) and see what I can find ! Again, Thanks !!!

 

 

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