planning on a detecting trip to Quartzite, AZ March 2020 need help
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    planning on a detecting trip to Quartzite, AZ March 2020 need help

    Dear fellow hunters,

    just returned from a trip to CA. Did not find much Gold but had lots of fun. If you look up my posts you will see my full travel Report.

    As I am coming over from Germany I would highly appreciate receiving some tips and suggestions on where to go what to do around Quartzite as we have never been there before. I'm even willing to pay a fee to receive permission to do some detecting on some private claim and/or land.

    My friend Joe from CA is going to pick me up in Las Vegas and then we'll head over to Quartzite and will are planning on visiting the Gold Show in Phoenix 07/08March 2020 as well.

    All your kind help and input is highly appreciated.

    AU2U

    Horst
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    I think you may have received this advice before but...you and your friend should get familiar with this website. Welcome to Land Matters...the best resource available for gold prospectors!!! Click on maps, then mining claims, then Arizona mining claims and locate the Quartzite area claims. Do your detecting off the claims unless you have permission but adjacent or nearby areas are often productive. Note: Stay on Federal land (BLM or National Forest) as state land in Arizona is off limits for prospecting.

    Good luck.
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    I've prospected quartzsite twice the last time we spent 3 weeks there and didn't find much but we saw other people find nuggets so they're there.
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    The Finder and Keeper of treasures. Keep a look out for my upcoming metal detecting series The American Dirt Pirates. I just became the proud owner of a bunch of detectors and equipment so I will be making a lot of videos testing out each one of these detectors.

 

 

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