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  3. The upgrade was quick and easy. Even for an old slow guy like me.
  4. You will probably have to do the install...the replacement they sent me did not have the update. very simple, if I could do anyone can.... fred
  5. May be a stupid question, but if I buy a new Equinox...will it have the update installed or will I have to install it?
  6. Jennifer Bond

    WTB, GPX 5000 harness

    Kind of like you! Sorry did I say that out loud? 🤭 You have to admit, you walked, (scratch that)... RAN into that one. Have a nice day. Jen
  7. fishing8046

    WTB, GPX 5000 harness

    She can afford it she is a rich girl. Money is not an object... just a tool
  8. Bedrock Gold A Two Toes Approved Crevice !!!! Jeff and Gary ( Two Toes ) take you on an Adventure to find Bedrock Crevices filled with Placer Gold in the California Motherlode. Watch as Gary pulls out Gold Nuggets from the Bedrock and Jeff trys a little Sniping for Gold . SG012
  9. Jennifer Bond

    WTB, GPX 5000 harness

    PM sent, thanks Joe. Jen
  10. bitster98

    WTB, GPX 5000 harness

    let me know , harness is new , just been sitting on a shelf . $50 plus shipping via pony express would work for me. Let me know if that's ok with you. Hope you been finding some yellow. Joe.
  11. Jennifer Bond

    WTB, GPX 5000 harness

    Thank you, am out detecting, will pm when I get back to camp. Not really in distress but like all my gear complete Jen
  12. bitster98

    WTB, GPX 5000 harness

    Minelab pro-swing 45 used once , pm me. I got to help a damsel in distress. Joe.
  13. Jennifer Bond

    WTB, GPX 5000 harness

    Still looking....
  14. Hydraulic Pit Gold Prospecting for Gold Nuggets in an Old Hydraulic Pit in the Heart of the California Motherlode. The Old Timers didn't get it all watch as Jeff and Gary (Two Toes) find Hidden Gold Nuggets in the Bedrock Crevices with Metal Detectors. SG 011 Watch our other Prospecting video's and check out Gary's Channel ( Two Toes ) Hydraulic Pit Gold
  15. Minelab has just released a new software upgrade for the EQUINOX Series. Below is some information about the upgrade along with the download link. Happy hunting! Software Upgrade 2.0. Get more from your EQUINOX. What is new? Difficult ferrous targets — the common enemy for all detectorists. That is until EQUINOX. Hit the download on our EQUINOX update to make those pesky bottle caps, rusty nails and other falsing targets a thing of the past. Fire up the Minelab Update Utility and you’re on your way. It’s simple. You’ll experience the enhanced Iron Bias feature, improved EQUINOX 600 backlight and much more. Improved Iron Bias Iron Bias has been enhanced with the addition of a new Iron Bias settings profile. The original EQUINOX Iron Bias 'FE' settings will still be available, but there is now the option to switch to the new Iron Bias 'F2' settings, which have an improved capability to reject a much wider range of difficult iron targets, including bottle caps. EQUINOX 600 Backlight Brightness The EQUINOX 600 now has the ability to adjust the backlight brightness to an additional 'Low' setting that matches the minimum setting on the EQUINOX 800. This 'Low' brightness is ideal for detecting at night and in low light conditions. DOWNLOAD LINK: https://www.minelab.com/equinox-software-update-2-0
  16. They look like the nuggets from that watermelon seed patch that you found. Nice finds!
  17. Awesome, thanks for sharing.
  18. You must be really high maintenance Jennifer
  19. Congratulations to you and Dean. First hunt first gold, can’t beat that!
  20. This weekend my prospecting partner Dean and I were able to get out for our first official gold hunt of the season. The desert got a little warm around mid-day, but the morning was absolutely gorgeous. The two of us decided to revisit a spot I had found last year. I was out doing some exploring when I came across some ground that immediately caught my eye. Not only was the soil colored red and stained from iron, it was covered in a mixture of rounded quartz, magnetite, and broken greenstone. Time was not on my side that day and I only had about an hour to hunt. Luckily I found one tiny nugget that confirmed this spot did indeed carry gold. Well we went back to see what else may be hiding. Both of us were using the Minelab GPX detectors outfitted with the Nugget Finder Evolution coils. I ran the 15” round and Dean opted for the 14x9” elliptical. Fortunately I didn’t have to wait long. My very first target turned out to be a small 0.3 flat nugget! This was a good start to the day. The hot rocks were absolutely horrible. They moaned and groaned on the machines, but we persevered and by lunchtime we had 5 nuggets! None were very big, but this tiny handful was a great way to kick off the winter season. Here is a pic of the gold and one showing off the highly mineralized conditions of the patch.
  21. Hey Jen, Keep up the great work! Sweet gold .......
  22. Nice gold, Jennifer; fred
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