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    I have a Keene highbanker that I bought miners moss for. Should I use the expanded metal on top of the miners moss, or just use the miners moss alone with out the expanded metal?

    Thanks for any help you can offer!

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    Put the moss under the expanded metal.
    At least that's the way it is in my Keene Mini Sluice.

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    I have to second what Dave said.
    There is a reason Keene does it that way.
    either way will work but I feel the expanded metal does help. I think it acts as a set of "mini" riffles in the box. It sure can't help.
    "The closer I get to nature the farther I am from idiots"

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    Quote Originally Posted by kasilofchrisn View Post
    I have to second what Dave said.
    There is a reason Keene does it that way.
    either way will work but I feel the expanded metal does help. I think it acts as a set of "mini" riffles in the box. It sure can't help.

    I think Chris means It sure can't hurt.

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    Smile Thanks Dave

    Thanks Dave thats what I meant to say.
    "It sure can't hurt."
    I think I may head to the new GPAA claim on crescent creek tomorrow to give my sluice a workout. Might even try the old highbanker if I feel ambitious enough. it can be a real pain sometimes to construct an adequate settling pond though.Unless someone left me a hole that needs filling near enough to where I decide to setup.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kasilofchrisn View Post
    Thanks Dave thats what I meant to say.
    "It sure can't hurt."
    I think I may head to the new GPAA claim on crescent creek tomorrow to give my sluice a workout. Might even try the old highbanker if I feel ambitious enough. it can be a real pain sometimes to construct an adequate settling pond though.Unless someone left me a hole that needs filling near enough to where I decide to setup.
    Sounds good Chris.
    Find us a good spot to work this fall.

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