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4 Replies and 705 Views Colorado, a bad year for prospecting  705  4 Started by  crashcrain@gmail.com I am sorry I have not posted in a long time but I have kept in touch with a few members. I want to let you know the conditions of Colorado are not good at all for even rafters, they are dying weekly, and the main melt hasn't even really begun yet. I was at two claims that we would normally work this time of year just 4 weeks ago and the water was so high, fast, and full of debris it was impossible to even approach. Three weeks ago I was in Telluride and saw that the head of the San Miguel Ri...
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by  Matthew CoxJump to last post
09 Sep 2019 09:31 PM
1 Replies and 368 Views Found gold in quarts rock  368  1 Started by  truecountrylyfe@gmail.com So I found a few quartz with gold in them, the area is super full of iron also the quartz have a good amount of it in them. When I crushed and panned the quartz the gold came out kind of organish. What do I do to fix it...or can I Also I used muratic acid on a couple....yes the gold came out...however what's next. My buddy told me to pan it then filter it thru a medium flow filter papers. Will this worksome one pls help me Iam knew to the prospectors world and am a little discouraged. I only w...
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by  Matthew CoxJump to last post
09 Sep 2019 09:21 PM
2 Replies and 476 Views Black lights  476  2 Started by  truecountrylyfe@gmail.com Does any one know for sure if u can spot gold with a black light
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by  CHRISTOPHER SATKOWSKIJump to last post
09 Sep 2019 01:50 PM
2 Replies and 752 Views Group dig with antelope valley prospectors  752  2 Started by  Petekottke@gmail.com I saw in the magazine that antelope valley prospectors club is going to the placer Pete claim. I can’t seem to find their contact. If any of you are apart of the club, could you provide me a contact info. Thanks
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by  Chris KelleyJump to last post
03 Sep 2019 03:53 PM
2 Replies and 588 Views UPDATE from Colorado  588  2 Started by  crashcrain@gmail.com I am sorry to say that the full melt is now on and the rivers are worse then I last reported, entire islands are gone, huge banks washed out, and giant boulders moved down stream. Even the 'Telluride Watch' news letter is warning people to stay out of the river unless you are a extreme expert rafter because the entire river has changed shape and there is a great deal of debris moving in the fast and high water. One of my fellow claim owners is heading down to a area that is usually very low ...
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by  Robert AlejandroJump to last post
28 Aug 2019 10:44 PM
2 Replies and 338 Views Guest  338  2 Started by  bggun1775@aol.com Can you bring a guest to a gold sight
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by  Scott LeidenbergerJump to last post
27 Aug 2019 07:13 PM
6 Replies and 783 Views Gold nugget belt buckle  783  6 Started by  az_au_man@live.com Gold nugget belt buckle - It weighs 2.15 ounces with belt hardware. My question is, do I remove braized hardware or sell as is Thanks for any help! HHTA Neal
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by  Neal SmithJump to last post
25 Aug 2019 09:44 AM
1 Replies and 422 Views treasure island camp  422  1 Started by  r08faler@yahoo.com Checked this out on the site as well as Pick& shovel, I would really like to take a trip there but not much if anything on directions plus it said Hood, TX. Don't know if it is a county or town, it comes up county on google. Be nice to know it's the location. Thank you, Rick,
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by  William HallJump to last post
20 Aug 2019 07:17 PM
0 Replies and 265 Views New to gold prospecting - Live in Denver  265  0 Started by  ralejandro1985@gmail.com Hello, I just joined GPAA and I live in Denver and have recently gotten the gold fever. I have invested over a grand in equipment. I have a gold cube with the banker, a gold bug pro metal detector, and a bunch of other stuff. Is there anyone that is really experienced that can show me the ropes Please let me know, thanks! -Rob
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19 Aug 2019 01:07 PM
2 Replies and 338 Views Colorado Update, now is the time to start planning a trip  338  2 Started by  crashcrain@gmail.com I was in Telluride 'To Hell You Ride' last weekend, the head of the San Miguel River was still hanging with ice, but the water has slowed and cleared. I am going to be taking a member to some of our claims, and my personal claim, plus recreational rich claims. Our window this year is from now to about the second to third week of September. Be safe, the water is still fast and snow is already falling at high elevation. Bring your wet gear, cold weather gear, warm weather gear, mosquito repelle...
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by  Robert AlejandroJump to last post
19 Aug 2019 01:03 PM
13 Replies and 1171 Views Claims Guide vs Website Coordinates  1171  13 Started by  theasthmatics@aol.com On the site, it gives totally different GPS coordinates for the ingress/center mark than what is in the mining guide (2018) for the Crimson Dove claims in Utah. The website coordinates (which, unless I'm mistaken, only give the ingress and center -- no corners) put the claim in the Fishlake National Forrest, close to the Fremont Indian State Park, right in Mill Creek The guide coordinates put it about 20 miles southeast in the middle of a swath of desert. Which is correct I've got a c...
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by  Stuart BroughJump to last post
16 Aug 2019 10:08 AM
1 Replies and 270 Views Dredging In Idaho  270  1 Started by  larrynlisarix@comcast.net Hey Guys New Lifetime member here, I have recently joined the GPAA as a lifetime member and I am looking for a claim that has good water access for a 4' floating suction dredge. I am from northern Utah and its looks like Idaho is going to be my best bet for dredging. I am open to any suggestions or advice you may have to offer as to a good GPAA location that can accommodate this type of prospecting.. I look forward to hearing from you guys and perhaps meeting some of you in the local area soon...
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by  Rich NesbitJump to last post
02 Aug 2019 03:53 PM
0 Replies and 139 Views Dredging In Idaho  139  0 Started by  larrynlisarix@comcast.net Hey Guys New Lifetime member here, I have recently joined the GPAA as a lifetime member and I am looking for a claim that has good water access for a 4' floating suction dredge. I am from northern Utah and its looks like Idaho is going to be my best bet for dredging. I am open to any suggestions or advice you may have to offer as to a good GPAA location that can accommodate this type of prospecting.. I look forward to hearing from you guys and perhaps meeting some of you in the local area soon...
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02 Aug 2019 02:06 PM
0 Replies and 138 Views Dredging In Idaho  138  0 Started by  larrynlisarix@comcast.net Hey Guys New Lifetime member here, I have recently joined the GPAA as a lifetime member and I am looking for a claim that has good water access for a 4' floating suction dredge. I am from northern Utah and its looks like Idaho is going to be my best bet for dredging. I am open to any suggestions or advice you may have to offer as to a good GPAA location that can accommodate this type of prospecting.. I look forward to hearing from you guys and perhaps meeting some of you in the local area soon...
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02 Aug 2019 02:06 PM
0 Replies and 157 Views Dredging In Idaho  157  0 Started by  larrynlisarix@comcast.net Hey Guys New Lifetime member here, I have recently joined the GPAA as a lifetime member and I am looking for a claim that has good water access for a 4' floating suction dredge. I am from northern Utah and its looks like Idaho is going to be my best bet for dredging. I am open to any suggestions or advice you may have to offer as to a good GPAA location that can accommodate this type of prospecting.. I look forward to hearing from you guys and perhaps meeting some of you in the local area soon...
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02 Aug 2019 02:06 PM
7 Replies and 698 Views Santa Monica Mountains  698  7 Started by  robert.y.murata@gmail.com Anyone know if any mining every occurred in the Santa Monica Mountains What little info is in web is zero so far, a knew a guy about 10 years ago who worked for the state and he indicated that they did some bore samples along side of road it contained a bit of gold. Any thoughts or comments appreciated.
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by  Robert MurataJump to last post
31 Jul 2019 05:18 PM
3 Replies and 788 Views new to gold minning  788  3 Started by  Bigredhalf looking for someone to learn from in the san bernardino area to go local . looking at bule cut or lytle creek
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by  Robert MurataJump to last post
31 Jul 2019 05:13 PM
4 Replies and 344 Views Mining Games  344  4 Started by  rich@richnesbit.com Hi, I am hosting our club's first common dig. Looking for suggestions as to what fun games we may play Thanks
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by  Rich NesbitJump to last post
31 Jul 2019 09:46 AM
2 Replies and 390 Views New Equipment  390  2 Started by  anthony.ingersoll2@outlook.com Good evening, I just got a new piece of equipment delivered today via Amazon. I kicked the bucket so to speak on this piece of equipment. I caved in and got the Gold Rush Nugget Bucket. The bucket is not all that bad, to be honest. Albeit being a new invention there are areas of improvement. The Gold Pan its self is eh so so. But then again I have my personal preference on the type of pan. One of the major benefits though is the fact that everything you need is contained within the bucket...
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by  Anthony IngersollJump to last post
15 Jul 2019 08:22 PM
0 Replies and 391 Views Paydirt  391  0 Started by  anthony.ingersoll2@outlook.com I am sure that we all know what paydirt is and how it works. Many times, I have seen people go crazy over the paydirt because they do not get dollar for dollar in the gold. I have often said that if you want gold dollar for dollar then you just need to go and buy gold bars, nuggets, or coins. However, with that being said there are benefits to the use of paydirt. I do buy paydirt on a fairly regular basis. There are a couple of major reasons that I do this. The first reason is to keep up on t...
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13 Jul 2019 11:55 PM
4 Replies and 404 Views Profiles  404  4 Started by  themaddness51@gmail.com I cant see my profile, or access my chapter's profile anymore... I take it these have been eliminated from the website now
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by  Shawn WillettJump to last post
13 Jul 2019 09:32 PM
28 Replies and 12280 Views Online mining guide  12280  28 Started by  randysnugget@yahoo.com
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When is the online guide available to use And how and where does one get access to it
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by  Leo LorenzJump to last post
12 Jul 2019 02:14 PM
2 Replies and 258 Views Equipment  258  2 Started by  anthony.ingersoll2@outlook.com I have been prospecting for a bit with just a gold pan, classifiers and the like. I now have decided that it is time to add some more equipment to the arsenal. I have been going through various youtube videos dealing with the blue bowl versus the miller table and the spiral wheel. However, the reviews seem like they are split down the middle 50/50. So my question is this; which one would you recommend and why Also, in regards to the videos; if you could post some links so I can check them out, ...
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by  William HallJump to last post
11 Jul 2019 07:09 PM
1 Replies and 237 Views recipes  237  1 Started by  melissas1981@yahoo.com A few years ago there was a recipe for an easy berry bread recipe-- can anyone find it and possibly post it I had it but lost it and it is very good bread
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by  William HallJump to last post
09 Jul 2019 07:28 PM
23 Replies and 13801 Views Portable 12v battery power supply to power water pumps  13801  23 Started by  n2sound I'm looking into buying a portable 12v battery power supply for my Keene Mini Max, Would like to find out if anyone has good advice and recommendations on a product brand that's not to pricey but dependable, small, lightweight for hauling in a hunting backpack and will run two 12v 1250GPH water pumps for a good 4 hours or more. Best, EJ
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by  robert murataJump to last post
03 Jul 2019 11:25 PM
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