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    Good on ya

    I just heard about this show and since I haven't seen anyone mention it here.......

    https://www.netflix.com/title/80185803




    I'm over gold shows..However I've watch three episode's of this show and so far it's way better than gold rush ever was.

    Biggest dry washer in the Southern Hemisphere?

    Bring your metric converter....Aussie slang guide and enjoy!!


    Your welcome

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    Mar 2014
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    On my second episode and it is pretty dang watchable, found it on netflix
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    Come check out my California Mother lode Adventures!---->https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4U...aqFXriPUONmEtw

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    Ed Tracy

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    Thanks GW

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    Frank

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    I have Netflix and watched the whole first season last night and tonight. I loved the show except the constant moving around by the mining crew with the custom built blower and the younger of the two nugget shooting couples. They all found some really nice Gold specimens and nuggets.


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    U.S. Army Veteran (Nov. 27, 1972 to Mar. 30, 1978) and Federal Government Employee (Nov. 19, 1978 to Jul. 30, 2011), now retired with a total Federal Service of 38 years and 15 days. I am a Coin Collector, Searcher & Researcher at heart with main interests in Error & Variety Coins. I also love Gold and Gem Prospecting, Metal Detecting when and where I can, Ginseng and Herb Hunting, Long Range Shooting, Hunting and Fishing as well as research on Spanish Shipwrecks.

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    leases are only 2.something acres I think. I guess they have a certain amount of gold they want before they can run volume.

    Being mobile is the way to go sometimes I think.

    Thats also why more nugget hunters are highgraders than claim owners
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    My better half found it on netflix the other weekend, and we watched 3 or 4 episodes.

    It was different. Seems odd to me that the older couple would have a bucket loader, an excavator, and a metal detector..
    Nothing to actually PROCESS dirt (though they did buy a big dry washer).. Strip it back... Detect it.. Strip some more.. Detect more.

    The Australian thing always seems weird to me. Its seems they are always just out in the FLAT desert, where here in the USA seems
    we're always around hills, streams and mountains.

    As a desert dweller, it was kind of nice seeing some non-stream/water related gold mining going on on TV for a change.

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    Austrailia is the oldest continent. it has had a lot of wind water and time to tear down mountains.

    One of the deepest if not the deepest gold mines is in Africa.

    it is a placer mine. They are recovering gold from an ancient lake http://gizmodo.com/terrifying-facts-...ine-1484301368


    The reason we mine around hills in the U.S . Is because the hills are pretty new. 30 million years ago it was flat like Austrailia.

    It's a good show so far. They have renewed for a second season.

    I figure it is cheaper to scrape and detect than bring in more equipment to break.
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    Thanks for the info on that TV show GW . I found it online and watched some shows .
    Man ..... I like that flat gold loaded ground they have over there . I've watched a few videos
    on youtube from Australian gold hunters ( posted some ) .... I like them . They have some
    prime detector type land over there for sure ... but they seem to be a bit to dependent on
    the electronics to me . But whatever works ... works . I envy the fact they can find nice pieces
    of gold just laying right on top of the ground in plain view . It damn sure don't work that way for me .
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    " A man should look for what is , and not for what he thinks should be ". Albert Einstein




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    I watched this series awhile back and liked it!

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    Cool find. There is also some episodes available on Yutube in case you dont have netflix

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    the season totals were realistic and respectable
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    Good show so far thanks for the info!

 

 

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