Setup for starting out
Last Post 15 Jan 2018 01:49 PM by WILLIAM HALL. 1 Replies.
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Randy NicholsUser is Offline
Greenhorn
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13 Jan 2018 12:40 PM
     Hello,       Alright I am wanting to go for a 4 day trip to southern Indiana for a  prospecting trip.  I have a 10 inch stream sluice and digging tools generator gas powered water pump small cleanup table, gold wheel separator. I have been in the industrial repair/maintenance for many years and usually if I want it or have an idea I make it or I'll  save my pennies and buy it later.   . My main question is, with what I have what is the best way to get setup to make the most of it for ease of running and to help not discouraged. I usually go out and just scout a little and dig up 2 or 3 buckets of concentrates  and go home to run them.  May not be an short or easy answer I know. I am mainly wanting just a little feedback possibly a few ideas to get me thinking.





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    15 Jan 2018 01:49 PM
    Welcome Randy,

    Sounds like you have enough equipment to get you started.
    Maybe a pan or three.

    No way for us to tell you what equipment you need.
    It would be different for each of us as to what we need.
    The only way to know is to get out there and do it, process material and figure out what you need depending on your operation.
    What works for you may not work for me.
    If your in stream with a sluice, get a # two classifier to get rid of larger rocks.
    Only getting out there will teach you.

    Bill
    So much river....So little time....Get out there
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