What is the best place to buy pay dirt from
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Jonathan SeverUser is Offline
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13 Jul 2016 09:36 AM
Posted By Rhett Lynch on 30 Jun 2016 03:35 AM

Hi Jonathan Sever

I just wanted to mention that when I ordered multiple bags from vagoldseeker2014 half a year and 2 years ago I didn't receive what you claim to have gotten, 50 to 75% ROI. He may have stepped up his game the last few months but, if you say so yourself I will purchase another bag to see if it complies with your statement, I'm open minded! I do know that the largest price paydirt bag that he sells is $49 and it's definitely not 1 gram in gold. Gold by the ounce right now is $1,317.80 and for $49 you will get AT LEAST 1 gram of gold from us at lynchmining.com + real gems. Most of our customers have reported on "average" 1.3 grams of gold when we were selling it at $42 a bag, Gizmo's paydirt that is. 

We have almost completely stopped selling paydirt on ebay due to the magnitude of ridiculous fees as we pay over $5000+ to ebay in fees each month + we sell more bags via our Website than any other online marketplace. To be honest there is no point for us to sell on ebay anymore... We will also be at almost every GPPA Gold Show in 2017. 

You will be able to find us in the GPPA Gold Prospectors Magazine as well as the Pick & Shovel newspaper in the next coming issues. 

If you have any questions please let us know and you can email us at info@lynchmining.com and one of us will respond within 24 hours. 

I would also like to ask, I see in your photo your in a prospecting shop. Do you work there or just a customer? We would be open to setting up a paydirt deal or a consignment deal if authorized. You can also reach us at 877 865 7449.

Kindest Regards, 

Rhett Lynch-CEO

Lynch Mining, LLC 

 LOL, you are selling a 49$ bag and you guarantee 1 gram in a 49$ bag.  you must get free labor , free machines , free equipment , and free fuel to have a cost ratio like that. Or you just get free paydirt and sell it. come on man , who is gonna beleive that you sell paydirt for no or very little profit. also..... i see you sell 5 pound bags for 35.00$ and no guarantee of gold amount , here is the quote from your site on those 5lb. bags " each bag will contain gold garaunteed. The amount of gold will vary."  so you sell no differently than those on ebay or where ever. besides you can get 8lbs. for 35.00$ from Vagoldseeker and he will give you the same gaurantee. And if you become a regular buyer like myself he will start adding really nice gems , i have alot of amythest , ruby, and quartz from him.  And im sure that if he wanted to he could salt a bag with rich gold and sell if for the going price of gold as you are. so , see./.......... you are really no different of a seller. BLAST!!


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13 Jul 2016 10:34 AM
Posted By Mary McCarty on 13 Jul 2016 07:02 AM

Brad, how many pounds was that please?

And what other stones were in the Gizmo bag?

Planning on purchasing more paydirt when I get finished moving and am trying to decide between Felix and Lynch...

Thanks in advance,

Mary


Mary,

This is the 1lb pound Gizmo bag.  I was very impressed with it.  I ran a second bag and got the almost exactly the same visual amount of gold.  I have not dried and weighed it.  I will order again.  In addition to gold, we found peridot, a really nice kidney bean sized deep purple amethyst, an emerald with decent clarity and several pea sized peridot of good clarity.  

Lynch Mining put together a very nice bag for the money...especially so with the discount they offered to GPAA for Independence Day

 

Rhett may have ad-bombed the site, but, anyone who took advantage of the offer likely were impressed and, in my opinion, no false advertising there!

Ipan4gold.com  great bags with many flakes some gram+ nuggets

Crissongoldmine.com  never been skunked and have had some really nice pickers and nuggets from the least expensive bags

Gold-n-Gem Grubbin  great bag for the money

Thermal City Gold Mine  a fantastic bag, many gems and chunky gold

Lucky Strike  similar to Thermal City, but, a few dollars more per bag

Martin Prospecting  inexpensive and a good ROI

Heritage Gold Mine Park  inexpensive, with flake, flour and the occasional picker 

Lynchmining.com  impressive returns and good sized gold, see pick on previous page, with some nice gems

 

I have a hard time spending more than $50-60 on a bag of dirt, but, anyone of the vendors mentioned above have left me feeling like I got my money's worth.

If you can, label individual vials from each supplier you use and track the visual amount and weight of gold that you recover over time to understand where YOU feel best spending money on a bag of dirt.

 

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13 Jul 2016 12:14 PM

Thanks Brad!  Will likely purchase then from both sources even tho' Lynch has done a bit of overkill with ad-bombing... It's annoying. I like the idea of sending my sister some of the Lynch cons as both she and I make wire work jewelry so the stones would come in handy once they were tumbled shiny. I also want to order from Goldadventures as he sells custom bags for a very reasonable price.  I've seen good things about Gold Hogs gemstone bag as well.

Appreciate the input!

Cheers,

Mary

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21 Oct 2016 11:53 AM
Great thread!

There are a few places listed here I've yet to check out, so THANKS! I like to feel somewhat well rounded when it comes to reviewing.

For my own personal review - my TOP pick for pay dirt is MDV over at Ipan4gold.com.

I'm in Missouri, That state containing no gold right? So I'm kinda stuck with my options - with that, I to have tried many places,

Amazon, Yuba, decent for the price

Gold rush pay dirt - yeah, the show. This is a team working with Parker. The idea is awesome, ( if you like Parker and Gold rush ) but the ROI is horrible. I wont dis them anymore than that as They HAVE produced some pretty amazing things for me, ( owner of a John Schnable and Parker Schnable autograph. How cool is that? )

GoldHog, awesome stuff, the gems do rock! more importantly, his Goldhog mats just ROCK at picking up the fine gold through my sluice. The guy is also just a serious wealth of information.

Crissom mine, again, really great stuff here, the gem backs are LOADED with kick butt rocks and gems. the gold is chunky GA gold at its finest.

Jimbo's Gold, ( won a bag from goldprospectorspace.com ( really great site with amazing people ) was extremely impressed with the bag I got, I may at some point revisit this guy.

point being, I've tried quite a few. Canada, Alaska ( Eureka ) Colorado, Arizona, GA ) They all have good points, some way better than others..

but hands down, I will, and always will remain a faithful customer to Ipan4gold.com.

He has, without a doubt, never sold me a light bag of cons. The ROI has always been tops and the gold itself, chunky chunky and clunky!

( When my mom and mom in law ask me what I want for birthday and christmas - I send them this link! Ipan4gold.com )

I think besides the fact his pay dirt pays off ( big time ), is that the guy has been THE most personable guy in this business I've ever met. Truly a class act.

For any sellers out there looking to succeed in this business. This is a guy to mirror yourself to..

so yeah, That's my story - I'm stickin to it..

I've tried quite a few, only had a few that were really disappointments..

Ipan4gold.com has never. ever. been one of them.










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23 Oct 2016 08:40 AM

I've bought several bags of pay dirt. I have found that they are selling for about $100 per gram. Sometimes more. good luck. It has been fun every time. Fantastic practice , but it's nothing like the real thing.

 

 

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23 Oct 2016 09:38 AM

  Honestly, just buy a gram of Gold from a top seller on E-bay, dump it in a pan with your local gravel, pan it out & avoid paying an extra $20 for nothing. I only bought pay dirt when they advertised a big nugget in every tenth bag or whatever. But the gamble never pays off...For me anyway.

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25 Oct 2016 08:48 PM

Adam has the best advice,but I've bought 12 times and found out that the different pay dirt took different ways to extract the gold & the gold seemed different also. I could have just poured the gold back in for practice,but the gambler in me really likes seeing the different types of gold and I've gotten 6 nuggets. One  2.6 gram & several pickers & flour. I'm in the Felix   4 lb jackpot bucket now & one of them has a 50 gram nugget in it .That would make it all worth while. I'm as green as they come.In Texas looking forward to experiencing the whole picture and maybe becoming an old salt one day.

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27 Oct 2016 10:51 AM
Mary .. I 100% recommend Jimbo's Gold in Arizona, you will be SO SO pleased.

I think the Gizmo bag was a standard 1lb size, and mine contained maybe a dozen tiny (1/8" and less) polished peridot. I read somebody else got peridot with theirs. About same results as Brad's above. Nice gold. Their gold/black reserve bags were good as well, but contain extreme black sand, so panning takes time. Not much fly poop or under -100 mesh. Pretty consistant flakes besides the occasional pickers.

Also, I just started panning my $325 nugget (1gal paint can of concentrates + nuggets) from Crisson Gold Mine I picked when were at the Loud Mine Outing in September, and loving it .. tons of .2 to .6 gram size nuggets along with flakes in every pan (doing about 1/4" cup at a time). It's expensive for sure, but easy blond sand (it's crushed ore from their mine) to pan, and every time I pull a nugget out of the pan, I just giggle and jump for joy. Even if I don't recover $325 in gold, I'm getting way more in joy and fun. I bought it for my 50th birthday gift to myself (in addition to everything else I bought this year including my LDMA membership). I hope to post results somewhere when I finish the entire can. They have an online store too at: http://www.crissongoldmine.com/gold-concentrates/

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27 Oct 2016 04:36 PM

   That's cool Ed, I might try them. That $325 bucket sounds like fun also. Have you been to Italian Bar with your LDMA? I might try that, I never used the '3 day pass' but we prospected the public GPAA areas next to the camp. It was awesome.

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30 Oct 2016 04:20 PM

The Crisson Gold Mine $325 nugget bucket ended up with a total of 4.397 grams of gold with one of the nuggets over 1gram.   Either way was a ton of fun to pan out.   Win some , lose some.



 

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30 Oct 2016 06:21 PM

  Cool Ed, are those hard rock nuggets? They look like Placer nuggets. I Thought the Crisson bucket of crushed ore would be 50 or 100 mesh Gold? When I hard rock sample, I always crush the ore to tiny 50 mesh Gold, then Bluebowl it all.

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04 Dec 2016 05:24 PM

I'll let the enthusiasm of my customers describe our paydirt.  https://youtu.be/uLUJYJLaMGc 

See the reviews on our Facebook page for more feedback. https://www.facebook.com/pg/iPan4Gold/reviews/?ref=page_internal 

Michael David

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iPan4gold.com

 

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05 Dec 2016 03:48 AM
Easily my favorite two places to get pay dirt:

IPAN4GOLD.com

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Crissongoldmine.com

Both in Georgia and both owned and operated by great people!
Reach out to your Senators and Representatives and let them know you are in support of mining rights and opening up areas to small scale mining! ~Augusta, GA GPAA~ ~LDMA~
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05 Dec 2016 07:09 PM
How was your 4lb bucket from Felix. I purchased one and was not happy with what I got. I got more from their 2lb bonanza bag.
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06 Dec 2016 06:44 AM
I have never tried Felix, too rich for my blood, lol.
Reach out to your Senators and Representatives and let them know you are in support of mining rights and opening up areas to small scale mining! ~Augusta, GA GPAA~ ~LDMA~
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06 Dec 2016 08:43 AM
I'm not sure where the nuggets came from in the 325.00 nugget bucket, but they are definitely added. They have a 165 bucket without the nuggets that is just 75 gallons of the crushed hardrock material processed and concentrated to 1 gallon. My guess is the use the same 165 (75gal material cons) and add a few grams worth of nuggets. I definitely didn't hit the jackpot like others I had heard, but I loved panning the material, very little black sands, mostly blond (crushed rock), so it panned very easily and quickly.

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06 Dec 2016 09:26 AM

I have purchased a fair amount of paydirt over the last few years. 

My favorites are Dirt Hogg and Goldstrike Adventures

I also like Crisson a lot and have seen their stamp mill in operation here in Georgia. 

I know the owners of these three operations and have a good relationship with them. I trust them to provide a good value for my money. 

In my experience, every bag of paydirt is different, and yields will vary from bag to bag, even from the same source. 

Dirt Hogg offers "Bonus" bags which completely skew the "value" equation, but one thing is certain, anyone thinking they are going to consistently get an amount of gold that is worth more than what they paid for, is mistaken.  

That being said, if I got a one ounce nugget from a paydirt seller, I would probably keep buying from that supplier for a long time, hoping to get more...

Regardless, I learn a lot about the characteristics of gold and different kinds of paydirt by purchasing paydirt from different suppliers...it's all part of become a better gold miner.

Michael Valadez

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07 Dec 2016 03:53 AM
Great to see Mike on here! He is a fellow member and VP of the Augusta Chapter of the GPAA and, very trustworthy.
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09 Dec 2016 03:40 PM
I'm expecting a delivery for the holidays from Eureka Gold Sands .. will let folks know. Gino claims to be one of the original online paydirt companies that started it all, so we shall see how I do. I'm expecting about a 50% return to be honest tho. Nobody is going to sell paydirt to lose money. That'd just be crazy.
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29 May 2017 02:51 PM
I have bought 4 1lb bags, 3 black label and Gizmo suprem . Also bought a 2lb reserv xl from Lynch mining. Only bag that let me down was the Gizmo suprem at only half a gram. All others where more then stated 1 gram. I e mailed about gizmo supreme and didnt get reply. oh well very happy with all there other paydirt will never buy from someone else Lynche Mining is great paydirt
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