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GPZ 7000 gives me my first nugget

GPZ 7000

June 24, 2015 08:00am

That all changed last weekend. I had been detecting all day, trying a few different areas I had selected all to no avail. I set off to my final spot only to find a fallen tree over the forestry road. Not having a 4WD, I decided to try a spot I had seen on my drive in. It was almost time for me to leave as the sun was getting low but as usual I just had to give it one more go. I had only been in the spot about 10 minutes when a signal nearly blew my headphones off. I figured it was probably trash but I would have a look anyway. I had only dug down about 10cm and the 7000 was screaming. I got down all ready to remove a piece of iron when low and behold there was a yellow object looking up at me. My first though was it had to be a bit of gold foil. That soon changed when I picked it up! Gold! I finally had gold! It weighed in at 15.55 grams. Not bad for my first piece.
God I love my Zed!

Posted on June 24, 2015 08:00am | 0 Comments

Latest big finds

GPZ 7000

May 15, 2015 08:00am
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My latest finds in deep ground with GPX 7000, running General, sensitivity 15 & difficult. The ground has been done over with 4500 & 5000. You need to go really slow when looking for the deep stuff and dig the faintest signals, the biggest one sounded like ground noise at the start. GET A 7000.

Keezy – WA, Australia

Posted on May 15, 2015 08:00am | 0 Comments

The Power of Zed on Meteorites

GPZ 7000

May 14, 2015 08:00am
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It did not take long before I had set myself a new record for iron finds. What was really amazing was finding the smalls. I don't have a scale small enough to measure the weight of 80% of them. I know I ended up with 25 irons that weigh a total of 4.1 grams. The largest one at the top of the circle weighs .8 grams.

While diligently searching for several hours for the irons I was further rewarded with two much larger meteorites which are not normally found in this area. One find is 46.7 grams and the other is 114.4 grams.

Posted on May 14, 2015 08:00am | 0 Comments

18oz Golden Aussie Day

GPZ 7000

April 20, 2015 08:00am
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I stumbled on a patch picking up 12 solid nuggets ranging from 8g to 14g. As the sun was disappearing and a massive storm was approaching I could not pick them up fast enough as every step was a solid target. The lighting and rain set on by 6pm and forced me back to camp. 3 ounces in such a little time and knowing there was more was killing me. 65mm of rain that night and 80km wind gusts at one stage I thought I was have to pack camp up and get out otherwise I could be stuck for a week or 2. By 3am rain stopped and stars were out. 430am jumped on the quad and straight back into picking gold up. Total 18oz Golden Aussie Day.

Posted on April 20, 2015 08:00am | 0 Comments

Persistence pays off

GPZ 7000

April 10, 2015 08:00am
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I have just returned from 2 days in the triangle and instead of the usual couple of grams of gold I came back with 3 beautiful specimens with a combined weight of over 25 grams.  They were found in a heavily detected area, in fact over the 2 days I frequently bumped into other detectors working the same patch, apparently without success.

One nugget in particular was right in the tree roots and was found whilst I was experimenting with normal soil setting which is far more sensitive but does pick up a lot of ground noise. Each time I detected a target I would switch to difficult soil setting to try and weed out what was a real target and what was ground noise. I swung the coil against a tree and got a clear signal and to my excitement when I switched back to difficult soil setting I got a faint wavering of the threshold that became louder as I dug.  It was so satisfying to see the 8 gram nugget sitting in my scoop, my persistence and experimenting with settings had paid off.

For me the goldfields really are re-opened with the release of the GPX 7000 which i now believe is a huge leap forward in technology....


Posted on April 10, 2015 08:00am | 0 Comments

Got 8!

GPZ 7000

March 27, 2015 04:00pm

I am on a roll.  Went out yesterday.  Got 8!!! Found 2 nuggets in the gully Miguel and I worked, but up on the side, then I found this new gully close by that looked untouched.  I got 6 more out of that gully with the crowning achievement being the last nugget that was 1.2 pennyweight at a depth of around 18 inches.  CRAZY!  It is the big sliver of gold in the picture and you can see the depth of the hole, with my coil in it.

Posted on March 27, 2015 04:00pm | 0 Comments

3 Ounce nugget found at a depth of 2 feet with GPZ 7000

GPZ 7000

March 20, 2015 11:00am

Found last week on well worked ground with the GPZ 7000 by Gavin, a local prospector in Clermont, Australia at a depth of 2 feet.... weighed in at 3 ounces. 

"I was able to get this nugget with the GPZ 7000 because I was able to detect without as much powerline noise as the previous detectors. Thank you minelab!"

Gavin, Australia

Posted on March 20, 2015 11:00am | 0 Comments

Paid with gold

GPZ 7000

March 16, 2015 10:00am

Now back to that first signal I got the day before. So my brother-in-law asks me 4 days later if I can give him directions to where I hit rock, he wanted to take my sister and their 2 young kids out for a play, and he would take a jackhammer out in case there was something there. I had to work I got home about 7:30 at night and their not home. About 8:15 my sister comes over with her phone and says "watch this". They are down around 2 feet and have put the 4500 together and are sticking it in the hole and it's screaming off its nut. I sad where is it and she said "it's still there, we had to leave it and come home". So now I panic, grab the in-law and drive back out there. It took about 10 more minutes of jackhammering and out came this chunk of ugly rock that was making the signal. After dollying it up we got 2 more ounces.
So after 10 minutes detecting and 2 hours digging, I now had 7.5 ounces, more than enough for the new GPZ 7000. Gotta love it when a plan comes together.

Posted on March 16, 2015 10:00am | 0 Comments

GPZ 7000 helps long time detectorist secure first gold nugget!

March 12, 2015 10:00am

I just bought the new GPZ 7000 from Doc over at Doc’s Detecting in Las Vegas and it was a great experience.

Posted on March 12, 2015 10:00am | 0 Comments

First time out I found a 2/10th of a gram nugget

GPZ 7000

March 11, 2015 11:00am

The first time out I found a 2/10th of a gram nugget.  It was about 7 inches, see the YouTube video.

Then I found a 5/10ths of a gram nugget at around 9 inches it was about 20 inches away from the first nugget. 

Posted on March 11, 2015 11:00am | 0 Comments

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