We make a return visit to an 1880’s hotel site and following a spot of metal detecting with the Garrett AT Pro, discover an ‘undiscovered’ bottle dump where we unearth some nice 19th century bottles and relics. On the journey out, we explore some abandoned Victorian-era steam relics left over from the gold rush. We hope you enjoy this outing in the beautiful Gulf Savannah of North Queensland. Happy Hunting! Colleen and Warren. www.nqexplorers.com www.garrettaustralia.com.au www.outdoortactical.com.au
Join with Warren from NQ Explorers with his Garrett ATX and Professional Prospector Campbell with his Minelab GPX under power transmission lines in very highly mineralized W.A. goldfields conditions. As a professional, until recently Campbell has been a long-time Minelab user but now uses the ATX as his principle prospecting detector. The ATX operates with characteristic stability and easily detects sub-gram gold directly under power lines. We also use the ATX in a pit on an active mining lease detecting reef gold alongside operating excavating plant. Once again the ATX demonstrates superior shielding to EMR. www.nqexplorers.com www.garrettaustralia.com.au www.outdoortactical.com.au
Join with us for a couple of beers around the campfire with two Western Australian Professional Prospectors – Matt and Campbell, who now use the Garrett ATX as the primary pulse induction metal detector in their arsenal. Matt and Campbell explain their reasons for converting to the ATX, discussing such features as threshold stability in the highly mineralized W.A. goldfields, detecting W.A. salt lakes, EMR shielding and the usefulness of the Iron Check feature. This is Part 1 of a series of videos filmed entirely on location in the beautiful Eastern Goldfields of W.A.