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Anyone that is serious about prospecting would be well advised to give an equally serious view toward obtaining good reference material. After all, the objective (hopefully) is to do the sampling in a professional manner.


Hi Chuck,


Did you ever receive my e-mail with the aerial photos of my prospects I asked you to evaluate? As a newbie to this game, I just wanted your professional opinion if I'm on the right track or not. I'll go ahead and post them here just in case you didn't receive them. Please let me know what you think and what areas you would sample.


Regarding reference material, here's a few bulletins that I've found to be very helpful on sampling. Even though the information in these bulletins are almost 100 years old, what is written is still valid today.













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