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    1. Gold Nugget Shooting Forum

      Main NuggetShooter.com Forum with subject matter related gold prospecting with a metal detector as the main focus.

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    2. Coins, Treasure, and Relics Forum

      This forum is dedicated to the hunting of coins and relics with a metal detector.

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    3. Gold Prospecting Forum

      For the discussion of all forms of Gold Prospecting and Gold recovery. Panning, Drywashing, Dredgeing, Sluicing, Hardrock Mining and........

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    4. Meteorite Hunting and Collecting Forum

      For Discussion related to hunting and collecting of Meteorites With or Without a Metal Detector

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    5. Rocks, Minerals and Fossils Forum

      Rockhounds information pages with subjects related to geology and mineral ID

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    6. The Nugget Shooter Store

      Hi All, As most know I don't like to advertise at the main forums so I have added this forum where you can see updates, sales, specials, etc that are available at my store. So do not enter this forum if ads offend ya...

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    7. Tech Tips, Troubleshooting, and Detector Help

      This forum will offer tech help as well as troubleshooting and tips for using all brands of detectors. Need help or advise ask here!

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    8. Prospectors Lounge

      This section is a little different and the place to post prospecting questions, birthdays, and talk not directly related to other sections of the forum, but still related to gold prospecting. No Political or religious posts will be allowed please and will be deleted by staff

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    9. Miner's Rights and Land Use

      This forum is strictly for the discussion of land usage restriction and Miners rights issues we face and how to deal with them.

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    10. Hunting, Fishing, Guns, and Such

      As the title says this forum is for members to share stuff about Hunting, fishing, guns, etc.

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    11. Classifieds

      Buying and selling of all USED and some approved "HOME MADE" prospecting equipment by forum members.

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    12. DIY Forum

      Got a cool project, want to share a project plan? Here is the place to share what you have built.

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    13. ATV, Quad, Dirt Bike Etc. Forum

      The place to talk about all your off road toys and adventures...

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    14. Hobbies and Stuff

      Got some cool hobby type stuff to share? Build stuff, got skilz? Share them here....

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  • Posts

    • Supreme Court rules property owners can sue government over wetlands decisions!
      Here is some good news for property owners and miners. The government CAN be challenged over the Clean Water Act.     Property owners won a victory at the U.S. Supreme Court, which ruled Tuesday that they can go to court to challenge government decisions over whether a wetland or stream is subject to the Clean Water Act’s permitting requirements. In U.S. Army Corps of Engineers v. Hawkes Co., the court unanimously ruled that “jurisdictional determinations” on permitting requirements constitute final agency actions and therefore are subject to judicial review. The U.S. Supreme Court has given landowners a "meaningful way" to challenge wrongful application of the Clean Water Act, says the Pacific Legal Foundation. The case involves three companies that mine peat and wanted to discharge material into wetlands on their property in Marshall County, Minn. The ruling “is a triumph for property rights, for simple fairness, and for the rule of law,” said M. Reed Hopper, principal attorney for the Pacific Legal Foundation, which represented the businesses. “For more than 40 years, millions of landowners nationwide have had no meaningful way to challenge wrongful application of the federal Clean Water Act to their land,” Hopper said. “They have been put at the mercy of the government because land covered by the act is subject to complete federal control. But all that changed today. The Supreme Court ruled that wetlands ‘jurisdictional determinations’ can be immediately challenged in court.” A new rule issued by the Army Corps of Engineers and the Environmental Protection Agency would make more bodies of water subject to the Clean Water Act’s permitting requirements. But its legality is being challenged by a lawsuit filed by business groups and more than a dozen states.
        http://www.bizjournals.com/losangeles/news/news-wire/2016/05/31/supreme-court-rules-property-owners-can-sue.html?ana=e_du_pap&s=article_du&ed=2016-05-31&u=skeEmKfLW4SlrNFrAHVBMNVrHtH&t=1464733748&j=73640652
    • Exploring new gold areas
      Good on ya Chris and yes there is some wind for sure and sometimes wore a hoodie to block the noise in the headset I love prospecting new areas and it is the best part of being a gold hound.
    • First 2016 gold
      Nice nuggets and yes indeed I have froze my butt off there for nuggets 
    • Summer blues...
      Yeah I am looking forward to Colorado for a few days.... Alaska would be a nice trip one of these days too and one of only 2 states I have not visited.
    • P O'd on Memorial Day
      Never had a problem with Verizon.   Sixteen years now... They are probably a bit more expensive than some other carriers, but time after time, my phone works when others' phones do not. Not sure if they're trying to bug me, since I don't answer calls from numbers I don't recognize.  If they don't leave a message, it must not have been important.  Other than that, send me a letter. It's a service I pay for, so I can regulate it the way I choose. Same goes for not answering the door for every person who knocks...    I agree that there should be no door to door sales from anyone on a day like Memorial Day. Some people just don't understand what it's about...    Luke
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