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Resolution #1

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Maricopa, AZ

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Check out the benches

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3/27/2018
JOHN WATKINS
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A couple of us went out last Sunday to Resolution and and found a little gold with a dry washer from a bench area a short distance from the main wash closest to the parking area. The pic shows results from a little over 2 buckets.
There is another wash on the west side of the claim but it is a hike over a large hill. There are no roads or trails into the west side. You must walk-in. Happy hunting!


 

No gold for me!

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3/25/2018
Peter vanderHeiden
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Detected and sampled 2 days, explored 4 hilltops with TDI and scouted for signs of prospecting with binoculars. Only evidence of digging was at the main wash where it meets the road. Sampled several spots where material was recently removed plus some higher flat areas. Not a flake to be found.


 

Park - Hike, climb and sometimes crawl to the gold

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3/2/2018
KEVIN HOAGLAND
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When we first tested this claim it was with dry pans and a very limited amount of drywashing. The concept that the gold is all in the washes on the claim will quickly trip you up if that is where you plan on doing the majority of your prospecting. There are a number of narrow high benches on the claim most running east and west and from the top end of the claim to the southern section.
The terrain is rugged and the gold for what I have recovered is in concentration pockets on the benches. My thought is that these were areas of concentration quite some time ago that has not traveled.
There are no roads on the claim or trails. you must hike to the southern sections of the claim and you really need to keep your eyes open for high flat spots.
The gold in the photo was dry panned by a number of the crew and brought to one spot for the final panning and in total was out of less than 5 gal of material with the exception of the larger piece toward the bottom of the pan which was found using a Falcon Detector in cracks.