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Long Range Detector for Gold Prospecting

Long Range Detector for Gold Prospecting makes perfect sense. The Long Range Gold Detector saves time and a tremendous amount of money before mechanical exploration begins.

Southwest Idaho points to a history of mining (hydraulic) gold in record amounts. The claim sat on 700 hundred acres across the river from one of the richest deposits reclaimed with hydraulic pressure and thousands of Chinese workers. The overburden was nearly 300 feet and our client wanted us to find the hot spots in an ancient river that used to flow through the 700 acres, prior to a gigantic mud flow that moved the river to its present channel. The mission for the long range gold detector was as follows:

We knew that the long range detector for gold would locate a single one ounce gold coin at 450 feet away. We also knew that a gold concentration similar in size to a baby food jar had a specific registration that we could identify on the long range gold detector. What we did not know was if the long range detector for gold could find an accumulation of flour gold in pockets large enough to record at a depth of 300 feet.

The historic extraction of gold had been one of the largest in the nation’s history. The client needed to know if the gold was deposited in the “new bend” of the river or the gold was deposited continually. If the deposit was continually coming down stream before the channel change, then one could conclude that there was a gigantic amount of gold reserves in the old dry riverbed. The gold long range detector was truly being tested.

Survey stakes and tape in hand, we sat up on the cliff where the river used to run straight.

The long “U” shape of the river ran its course over ¾ of a mile. The long range detector for gold found several one-plus ounce targets and two baby food jar sized targets strewn over the 5/8 of a mile right of way that now was flagged and waving in the wind. There were no “mother loads”. The client was disappointed but relieved. There would be no millions spent on exploration and the mining company could terminate the lease and move on to more profitable areas.

It seems that the large slow moving new “U” in the river had trapped the flour gold in huge pockets. The original straight river course shot the flour gold downstream to be trapped elsewhere. There could have been other minuscule gold in the old river bed that the long range gold detector did not register, however the cost to remove the 300 foot overburden would have far outweighed any amount of unknown flour gold.

The long range detector for gold continues to be the premier tool for exploration of gold ore and confirmation of buried gold bullion and coins. Read more long range locators.

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