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    May 2020
    Lynnwood,Washington
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    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Mostly west side/Snohomish county.

    Hey guys, I'm fairly new. Only been at it since February. I've joined wpma and bedrock but also exploring elsewhere like olney, beckler, waddell. I've been finding fine flood gold at a few locations but nothing amounting to much .1gram days at best

    What am I missing guys? Also if anyone wants a mining buddy, Im a 30year old out of work machinist with a Strong back.

    Will shovel for knowledge!!

    I'm running a river sluice. Any and all knowledge and info is greatly appreciated.
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    Just Another Old Guy

    Feb 2008
    Grays Harbor in Washington state
    Whites Spectrum XLT with about 1/4" of dust on it
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    I've had a lot of days like that at Waddell. Some days and places are better than others on this creek.
    Went from a pan to a sluice to a high banker and finally a backpack 2.5" dredge. They all work better when you're in the right spot.
    Keep looking.
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    I'm a drinker with a heavy prospecting problem and I'm out of dirt again

  3. #3

    Jan 2015
    Washington State
    4
    I believe there's ancient Asian or M.E. Treasure in the Mountains
    Are you hunting for other types of treasure or just gold? Do you have much knowledge of Spanish Treasure/symbols? How are you navigation skills and engineering skills?

  4. #4

    May 2020
    Lynnwood,Washington
    3
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Quote Originally Posted by Etta View Post
    Are you hunting for other types of treasure or just gold? Do you have much knowledge of Spanish Treasure/symbols? How are you navigation skills and engineering skills?
    Mostly interested in gold and gems but if there's other treasures to be had in Washington then you have my attention?
    As far as navigation and Engineering I haven't used those skills too much since boy scouts

  5. #5

    Jan 2015
    Washington State
    4
    I believe there's ancient Asian or M.E. Treasure in the Mountains
    I am looking for a partner. I suck at direction, even with a GPS. I also think that there is Spanish Treasure in Washington State. It's the same symbols that you see people on this site posting. Traps are a major concern of mine too. I am a huge chicken sometimes, but they tell us where the traps are with the symbols, and so if we could disable them, then we're good. I just would not have a clue how to do that. Though I am creative, and I can find simple solutions, I am not an engineer.

  6. #6

    Jan 2015
    Washington State
    4
    I believe there's ancient Asian or M.E. Treasure in the Mountains
    If you are willing to study a little, there's a ton of info on this site, if you look at the Spanish Treasure Blogs.The posters have different ways of doing things, but some of the info is older and Satellite maps are great. All of the information that I have read here is useful though. Even in WA, when you start to look, you may see a lot of Illusions. Things that look like they are there, but they aren't. People are the weirdest thing that I see, and colors. And animals. What is real are rocks that look like eagles, and owls and symbols carved into the rocks. It's time consuming, but I have what I need. I just need to go find it.

  7. #7

    May 2020
    Lynnwood,Washington
    3
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Quote Originally Posted by Etta View Post
    If you are willing to study a little, there's a ton of info on this site, if you look at the Spanish Treasure Blogs.The posters have different ways of doing things, but some of the info is older and Satellite maps are great. All of the information that I have read here is useful though. Even in WA, when you start to look, you may see a lot of Illusions. Things that look like they are there, but they aren't. People are the weirdest thing that I see, and colors. And animals. What is real are rocks that look like eagles, and owls and symbols carved into the rocks. It's time consuming, but I have what I need. I just need to go find it.
    Wow! Kind of mind blowing! Traps and secret symbols in Washington seems crazy but I'm definitely going to look into it more since I've never heard of any of this before.

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    papa

    Feb 2017
    Georgetown, SC
    Fisher F75
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    Metal Detecting
    Welcome NW-Jeff. A Snohomish County native myself ( Marysville ). I wasted my youth fishing area streams, not knowing I was walking on gold. Good luck to you, and your new seeker friend.


    "And so the population was gradually led into the demoralising temptations of arcades, baths, and sumptuous banquets. The unsuspecting Britons spoke of such novelties as 'civilisation', when in fact they were only a feature of their enslavement." Tacitus, Roman Senator and Historian, written AD 98.

    The Bald Eagle photo...he/she posed for me, gave me it's best American look. I felt privileged to get the shot.

  9. #9

    Jan 2015
    Washington State
    4
    I believe there's ancient Asian or M.E. Treasure in the Mountains
    Message me on here after you take a look and see what you find. If you're interested. Truth be told, I don't want to go solo, and my friend that goes with me is more trouble than he's worth as far as this goes. There's a lot to look at, it's cool.

 

 

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