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Steve H Yesterday at 9:20 pm Hello I am new to this hobby and have never been gold prospecting before. However I have always wanted to have a go. I have a number of questions and if anyone could help me out that would be great. I live in Hoppers
Do many of you guys sluice? if so did you make your own equipment or did you order it? anyone know if you can get a small set up online? if so can someone link me? Is it legal to do in all states?
According to the BBC, an unnamed person at Arsenal has said that they will have to sell Fab if Barca come back with a better bid (soz in work can't get link at moment). Considering this is an unnamed source (or sauce if you will), and an unnamed sourc
Hey guys I haven't been sluicing long now and have a few questions that may have been asked before..... When detecting the biggest thing i have noticed is guys talking about filling there holes which Is great and totally agree with but when sluicing it'
Hello I am new to this hobby and have never been gold prospecting before. However I have always wanted to have a go. I have a number of questions and if anyone could help me out that would be great. I live in Hoppers Crossing, west of Melbourne. I
They say the fine gold at boddington is huge. But on tengraph and state forrest etc etc... you cannot get near it. Is it worth wasting ones time trying your hand at sluicing for fine gold? What do eastern staters think as you are the experts in
On checking the information regarding dredging, I am told it is illegal in Australia. Can someone bring us up to date with the legalities of dredging and sliucing in Australia, with the fors and againsts? Obviously this area can get emotional so the