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    G'day all....

    I would like to find some folks to metal detect with around the Tucson, Arivaca or Graterville areas.

    Open to just chatting about Gold and prospecting in general.....

    I have access to DGD and GPAA sites.....open to sharing what I know as well....

    Regards,

    Will
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    Welcome Aboard Will! Take a look at Sub-Forums: Arizona for information (i.e., clubs, etc.) directly related to your state.
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    Welcome to the forum Will...

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaleighGoldSeeker View Post
    G'day all....

    I would like to find some folks to metal detect with around the Tucson, Arivaca or Graterville areas.

    Open to just chatting about Gold and prospecting in general.....

    I have access to DGD and GPAA sites.....open to sharing what I know as well....

    Regards,

    Will
    You know, I come on here and read stuff all the time.

    I have never however went into the forums and REPLIED to anyone, so Mr. Will .. I've created an account to just let you know.

    I'm looking to do the same thing myself.

    I'm very new to the area . ( just moved here from back on the East Coast. )

    I just joined the GPAA a few days ago. and will be joining the DGD'ers soon. Located in

    So anytime your up for a ride ( have a street legal UTV ) .. 6 seater . with a little dump bucket in the back ( thinkin of doing some gold panning etc. soon ) .

    Give me a ping on here. and let's see if we can find some yellow stuff

    Frank

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    My thanks to all those who have replied......

    Frank,

    I live off Tangerine road I-10...you can reach me at wjf57@msn.com I mostly metal detect with a little digging.....found a fair bit of Gold in Australia and some here, picked up the hobby while over there....shoot me an email and we can go from there....

 

 

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