Jeffro wrote:Brice usually doesn't have much in fines, you did good to find that much
Trick up there isn't to find the ground that hasn't been worked this season, it's to find ground that hasn't been worked at all. Once you find a decent patch that has never been worked, the pickers will come
LUCKE1 wrote:Nice gold, i love to see gold in the pan, yours or mine.. my wife took me to dole bar for fathers day weekend and i ran my highbanker for about 18 hrs total, and ended up coming home with 2 five gallon buckets about 3/4 full. im still working it through my clean up gear. i will also post some pics of what i end up with.
paulywallnuts wrote:I have been up there a dozen times and i never found a spec. I did a bunch of panning never turned up anything. i took the metal detector down this past weekend for a few hours turned some pans. nothing. So i climbed up the hill about 75 foot and prospected, found a huge tree fell over with a a bunch of river rock in the roots. I waved the detector around and got some good hits unfortunately water is no where to be found close. so i took a sample hiked back down, the sample was full of black sand, but no gold. This is going to be the project for a few weeks. To high up on the hill to highbank. Even bringing a pry bar with me is going to be a challenge. Maybe zip line sand bags down the hill. Its going to be a work out. clay material so hard to dry wash. keep you posted
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