Another top video, you have the whole of Nth Qld to go yet. Was that info I sent any good??. keep up the good work Warren, as I will be up at Cairns in July. Hope to catch up.
Another great video and hunt that just leaves me speechless with its history and finds
Well Done Warren
Another great hunt NQ. Your research is certainly not only giving you some great sites but also great finds coins and relics. Would love the chance to go out with you one day
great video Gary, I have come to the conclusion if its grassed and an open space you will find things in it
Your Vid proves it, Keep up the great hunts
Another great site and Hunt NQ, With all the activity that went on in Nth Qld in WW2 you have a heap left to do. Which means more great videos for us. The coins are in fabulous condition
I hope you keep doing what you do best. Showing us how is done in places that we may never get to
Another awesome video full of Dream Finds. I would be interested to know what is the routine after your hunts??. Do you have to show your finds to any Authority ?? And do you get to keep your finds or do they take them and give you some sort of payment.
Any info I think would be interesting reading
Another great video Nqe
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As usual NQE, Not only was the video informative but a high detecting hunt too
Look forward to the next one..Good Luck
As usual NQ, A very entertaining and informative Video.
A pleasure to watch.
What a great area to hunt in. The finds are worth the fight through the bush
Congrats to all the Forum Members
Another great hunt Willo.
Great to see the Silvers popping up for you
Thats a great selection of gear to be giving away
Looking forward to more of your great vids
looks a great promising area
With such a large arear and knowing its old your finds should be interesting. will look forward to your future hunts on this site
Great finds, WW2 sites are always good value
Great video too Jack
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That is an awesome find, Congrats
What a ride!!, That is a great haul Congrats for a fab hunt
Great Find. Your first silver is always a coin to remember. Good luck in your future hunts.
Great to see the same old spot is still producing the goods Snoop
Lovely coins and another top vid
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