Respectfully asking for a dowsing of this pic.

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You must already know where to look, because site signal is probably well centered.
 

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Deep hit, maybe not what you need? If so, take some photos.
 

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Something a little left of those two light-colored rocks, maybe slightly lower in the photo but close to those rocks..
 

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I tried answering your PM earlier today, but Internet was almost stopped completely. It just posted, maybe put that here also... somebody else might need this.

Yes, back in 2016 rectangles were used to indicate deeper than surface hits. Then circles were more near surface or less than 2 ft deep. Red was used to identify a general non-specific metallic signal. I don't use that depth marking system now, because the deeper general (red) often indicate minerals or even caves. I use a different search for caves/tunnels marked usually in white. For native or man made gold a specific search is done now also. Gold searches are hard to discriminate out native gold or loose gold coins not in a cache.
 

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Sorry, i'm picking up nothing other then the random odd drops. Best of luck.
 

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The hit in the center looks, to be about the same location, where I got a site signal.
 
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I tried answering your PM earlier today, but Internet was almost stopped completely. It just posted, maybe put that here also... somebody else might need this.

Yes, back in 2016 rectangles were used to indicate deeper than surface hits. Then circles were more near surface or less than 2 ft deep. Red was used to identify a general non-specific metallic signal. I don't use that depth marking system now, because the deeper general (red) often indicate minerals or even caves. I use a different search for caves/tunnels marked usually in white. For native or man made gold a specific search is done now also. Gold searches are hard to discriminate out native gold or loose gold coins not in a cache.
Could you do a gold search for me?
 

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Maybe if I can get time. Gold searches aren't always that reliable, sometimes better coin specific (for gold/silver) as an object search.
 

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Yes, does take time... we'll see what happens.
 
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How about gold bars?
 

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Hard to pinpoint, but I'd check right here.
 

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Took a better look at the hit made by Dragonasia... isn't that where on your 2016 map dowsing, I'd marked a couple red rectangles?
The only coins I get are shallow and due east from both of our hits (red circles on 2016 map dowsing).
 

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Took a better look at the hit made by Dragonasia... isn't that where on your 2016 map dowsing, I'd marked a couple red rectangles?
The only coins I get are shallow and due east from both of our hits (red circles on 2016 map dowsing).
thanks very much
 

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