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    Quote Originally Posted by minerjosh View Post
    The old record was 5.8 grams. My EX-girlfriend has that one on a 18k chain....big mistake! LoL
    Not at all a mistake. You get what you give, it’s kind of like paying it forward. You will double down on that gift for along time.
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    if it flies, it dies

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    do you think this one was in a screening spoil as well? my latest slug was in a screening spoil. explains why there wasnt any other large gold near it. but it shouldnt be hard to see where it was mined from. Some of the old timers were cleaner than others.
    got the fever? dont scratch the itch.

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    Apr 2017
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    It is kinda hard to read exactly...there are diggins on both sides of the the gully and above. This nugget was down on bedrock in the bottom of the gully on 1 side. The material on top of it was a mixture of different sized rocks and dirt...soft muddy dark organic soil,green grass.. not typical clay. Almost looks like it could have slid down in a landslide from diggins above..not a defined screening pile but could be if that makes any sense?? Lol

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    Alberta
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    I can't see much stopping you now from continually surpassing your recent finds!

    Congratulations on your new record, and all the best,

    Lanny
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    Nothin' quite as fun as chasin' sassy nugget gold! http://www.treasurenet.com/forums/me...mysteries.html

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    if it flies, it dies

    Jan 2015
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    642
    1442 times
    ducks, bucks and gold
    Quote Originally Posted by minerjosh View Post
    It is kinda hard to read exactly...there are diggins on both sides of the the gully and above. This nugget was down on bedrock in the bottom of the gully on 1 side. The material on top of it was a mixture of different sized rocks and dirt...soft muddy dark organic soil,green grass.. not typical clay. Almost looks like it could have slid down in a landslide from diggins above..not a defined screening pile but could be if that makes any sense?? Lol
    where mine was was not a pile at all, but I knew it had been because the material was classified.
    got the fever? dont scratch the itch.

 

 
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