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  1. #1
    us
    Feb 2012
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    Kuger Pay Dirt $$$

    A while back I posted to a thread about pay dirt "why you shouldnít buy it". Now Iím new to prospecting and live in Indiana, which is not your best place to findgold. This pay dirt discussion peaked my interest so I did what any prospectorwould do. I started doing some homework on pay dirt sellers. Kinda likestudying the creek. You just go digging anywhere and well you probably wonítfind much. I did some homework and found a seller right hear on T-Net that hasa pretty good reputation. When talking with Kuger he was right up front andsaid itís no different than you going out and digging your own dirt sometimesitís good, sometimes itís not, Iím just doing the digging for ya. He did saythereís no guarantee but heís has good customer satisfaction. That for me wasas good as finding that spot on the creek that just looks right but you neverknow until you start digging. So dig or buy I didÖ.. 2# of Kugerís CaliforniaPay Dirt. And what a ya know thereís Gold in them hills. The Picís should tellit all. Enjoy and remember prospect your pay dirt dealers just like youídprospect the creek, find the best spot and dig in. You just never know.

    Who says Pay Dirt doesn't Pay..Thanks Kuger "We hit the streak on this one" From one Happy Hoosier Prospector...

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    calisdad likes this.
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    Thats what makes it all worth while to me bud.Every once in a while things work out,and it makes it all the better to get to share the sucess.Thanks my friend and I am as thrilled as you are!!!
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    M.X.T , Tesoro Tejon



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    PEOPLE ASSUME WHAT THEY DON'T KNOW, YOU KNOW WHO YOU ARE!

    Feb 2008
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    That is some nice looking gold! So Kuger, how much you selling paydirt for? I might see about getting some from you in a couple of weeks after I make some money!
    If I was President; I would take away welfare! I wouldn't make any bargains with foreign countries! I wouldn't take #@*& from any country! I would close the borders! I would get rid of taxes! I would make EVERYONE own at least 5 guns! I would ENFORCE Finders Keepers Law !!!!!!!!

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    Sep 2010
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    It pays to do your research. A friend picked up some recently at a GPAA gold show and I was surprised at what he got out of it. There were 2 colors of gold so my guess is the salted it a bit but if you can get it from respected member like Kuger right here that's a win/win for sure.

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    Nov 2007
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    Quote Originally Posted by calisdad View Post
    It pays to do your research. A friend picked up some recently at a GPAA gold show and I was surprised at what he got out of it. There were 2 colors of gold so my guess is the salted it a bit but if you can get it from respected member like Kuger right here that's a win/win for sure.
    Thanks Cali's Dad
    Pm coming Harley
    M.X.T , Tesoro Tejon



    "A pen in the hand of this president is far more dangerous than a gun in the hands of 200 million law-abiding citizens."

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    us
    Jan 2008
    Villa Rica georgia
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    kuger, looks like you gained a friend for life ! good deal , it helps when you deal with honest folks.
    no matter where you go,there you are!

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    Nov 2007
    ,M.X.T.& Tesoro Tejon
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    Quote Originally Posted by strickman View Post
    kuger, looks like you gained a friend for life ! good deal , it helps when you deal with honest folks.
    Yep,Strick,have made a few,and its what its all about.
    I have mined my whole life and we take it for granted some folks cant walk out the back door and find gold
    M.X.T , Tesoro Tejon



    "A pen in the hand of this president is far more dangerous than a gun in the hands of 200 million law-abiding citizens."

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    us
    Come out from under your bed today...... DO SOMETHING!

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    Hunter, please allow me to highjack the thread for a moment... Kuger, I said a few months ago that I would buy some of your dirt when you started up this year. You selling now? PM me please. TTC
    ONE MIND - ANY WEAPON

  9. #9
    us
    Jun 2011
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    Haha, never would have thought that Indiana would've had gold.
    Buy gold and silver - your first gram of gold is free with signup
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    us
    Feb 2012
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    Dave, Nor did I but with the help of many hours of reading post on the Tnet and Indiana Geo reports I have learned to find it. Collected .75 g ( about $37 worth today)since March of this year. Spent way more than that prospecting it. For me it wasn't about the value of the gold but the fact I was learning how to find it in Indiana. I'm going to guess if I can find it here I can find it elsewhere. I hope to make it to a proverbial gold area someday and give it a try. Kuger helped me make that decision with his Pay Dirt. Sure I didn't go out and find it, but I ain't never seen gold like that here and now I want to go find some. Kinda keeps the Fever ya know.
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    Jan 2011
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    Yes, how much? I'd be interested in trying some next month or so...

  12. #12
    us
    Feb 2012
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    Barndawg, Gotta talk to Kuger but If he in a streak I wouldn't wait too long. It's just like when you find a good streak it don't last forever. Just saying.
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    1905 - Barber Quarter
    1912,1913 - Barber Dime
    1875s,1887 - Seated Dime
    1900,1911,1911 - V Nickel
    ND,1915, 1935 - Buffalo
    1864,1907 - Indiana Head
    1858 - Flying Eagle

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    Just another Guy In Back

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    1. What was the price for, and what amount of dirt, is in the top photo- the one that yielded the gold?

    2. What is the value of the gold that was removed from the dirt?

    3. What is the transport cost of the dirt?

    I would appreciate some numbers, thanks.
    Get up late... Start slow... Taper off...

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    us
    Jan 2011
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    Yes, numbers would be great...

  15. #15
    us
    Feb 2012
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    G.I.B. You sure ask alot of questions and honestly the way they are stated and numbered I'm kinda not sure if they are questions or demands. As I stated in my post It's 2# (thats two pounds) of dirt, The pictures are several pans of maybe 1/2 cup of dirt ea. The last picture shows how much gold by gram ( 2.25g) that was panned out of the 2# of dirt. You can figure out what it's worth. It cost me $6.00 to transport or what I call ship. I bought it from Kuger who is a respected member of this forum. As far as how much it cost, ask Kuger (I was happy with the results vs cost) Hope this explains things, Thanks for your interest.
    ETrac, Pro/Ultimate/SEF 8x6 - AT Pro, Garrett PP, Whites TRX, Sunray X1 in route

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    1905 - Barber Quarter
    1912,1913 - Barber Dime
    1875s,1887 - Seated Dime
    1900,1911,1911 - V Nickel
    ND,1915, 1935 - Buffalo
    1864,1907 - Indiana Head
    1858 - Flying Eagle

 

 
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