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0 Replies and 1348 Views Hog Canyon Sierra county (hog Canyon claim)  1348  0 Started by  wiser002@aol.com Hey members I was just wondering if anybody has any info on the hog canyon claim !! Just wondering if anybody was there and to share any experience thanks all !! and an early Merry Xmas to all !!!  
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03 Dec 2017 03:45 PM
0 Replies and 1296 Views Hog Canyon Sierra county (hog Canyon claim)  1296  0 Started by  wiser002@aol.com Hey members I was just wondering if anybody has any info on the hog canyon claim !! Just wondering if anybody was there and to share any experience thanks all !! and an early Merry Xmas to all !!!  
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03 Dec 2017 03:45 PM
0 Replies and 1337 Views Hog Canyon Sierra county (hog Canyon claim)  1337  0 Started by  wiser002@aol.com Hey members I was just wondering if anybody has any info on the hog canyon claim !! Just wondering if anybody was there and to share any experience thanks all !! and an early Merry Xmas to all !!!  
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03 Dec 2017 03:45 PM
2 Replies and 11820 Views south carolina  11820  2 Started by  rkline   I have access to several streams in the Greenville county area of s.c . it is all private property. my question is can I use my 2''  highbanker dredge on these areas, or do I have to deal with permits, any ideas greatly appreciated .    
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by  freddie beckJump to last post
22 Nov 2017 12:05 AM
15 Replies and 25924 Views Dry washers, losing gold  25924  15 Started by  rewipe   I got a Gold Duster dry washer that I bought used a few years ago. I'm getting ready for my gold trip and bought some bags of dirt at the Gold Show. I ran them in my dry washer and then panned the tailings and found some big flakes. What I'm I doing wrong I'm digging dirt on a mountain and classify it down to 1/4 inch and pack it down to the river and run it in my high banker. I was hoping to use the dry washer on the mountain to save me some trips up and down the mountain.  I...
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by  ROBERT MARTINEZJump to last post
14 Nov 2017 12:02 PM
11 Replies and 14991 Views Sensitivity or Gain on your detector  14991  11 Started by  Nugget Shooter   Hi All, Nugget Shooter's tip for today involves setting up your detector's Gain or Sensitivity.... First to those familiar with CB Radios TX Gain is more power out and RX Gain is receive, so this said all metal detectors currently used for the most part are VLF or PI and even ZVT, but all are ruled by their RF function in that if not set properly you will miss targets. So how do you set it up     Quick and simple with PI air tune to eliminate EMI and ground balance in...
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by  ROBERT MARTINEZJump to last post
12 Nov 2017 01:45 PM
2 Replies and 12128 Views High banker build just became a longtom  12128  2 Started by  wpfp@live.com Was losing gold so added 5 more feet of gold hog Matt's that should catch the all the fine gold
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by  joseph LoydJump to last post
10 Oct 2017 04:13 PM
1 Replies and 24091 Views san faranda miners page  24091  1 Started by  larry90805@yahoo.com looking for veterans handicapped like me we can help are selves
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by  WILLIAM HALLJump to last post
21 Aug 2017 05:07 PM
10 Replies and 33169 Views Mining Guide ?  33169  10 Started by  frankn1937@hotmail.com Why doesn't the on line mining guide have a map of the area showing the location The old guide did. The map showed the topography of the area which was very useful.
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by  WALTER EASONJump to last post
10 Aug 2017 06:16 PM
14 Replies and 11013 Views Alluvial Fan tips...?  11013  14 Started by  duluthian25.zapp@gmail.com It seems like the majority of available claims are of the alluvial fan types.  Does anybody have any prospecting tips for these particular areas  It is not like there are geological markers that are easier to follow. I am getting tired of prospecting and finding nothing but sand and sweat in these areas.  I am just curious if anybody out here has any tips that might help me be a little better with my prospecting.  I am not afraid of doing the labor involved to get that gold...
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by  Larry SugdenJump to last post
09 Apr 2017 09:35 AM
12 Replies and 13700 Views Static in vial  13700  12 Started by  ScottSn3@aol.com I have a little flour gold in a plastic vial and static causes it to stick to the sides. Any way to get rid of the static other than using a glass vial
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by  Larry SugdenJump to last post
05 Apr 2017 05:12 PM
1 Replies and 6950 Views Join us LIVE Friday nights on Facebook.  6950  1 Started by  Mike Primer We'll be doing a live Facebook show on Friday nights 8-9pm est.  There are giveaways and gold talk.  Hope to see you there.  Here's the promo video for it.  http://www.youtube.com/watchv=-dCTL-itvVk   Doc
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by  Kevin DeWolfJump to last post
01 Apr 2017 08:25 AM
32 Replies and 33831 Views Crushing Quartz  33831  32 Started by  ompomelet@gmail.com
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Saw an interesting Youtube video a bit ago. Guy took a lemon sized smooth quartz stone from a gold bearing river and crushed It using a steel mallet and t-shirt. As he broke it up, he checked for gold veins and found none, but panned out the crushed rock and found what appeared to be nearly 0.5 grams of nice gold flakes. Anyone else ever tried that with good results
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by  Terrance CieszkiJump to last post
31 Mar 2017 02:34 PM
26 Replies and 17415 Views pulse 6X  17415  26 Started by  justusnu22@yahoo.com
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 Has anybody ever used the pulse 6X with any success
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by  Terrance CieszkiJump to last post
27 Mar 2017 08:24 PM
2 Replies and 9935 Views DIY Bazooka gold trap stand..  9935  2 Started by  mparramore1969@aol.com In the past I have had issues with setting up the Bazooka in the river. I thought there has to be an easier way. I looked online and figured that I would make a stand myself. I could drive the stakes into the river, adjust the height and angle if needed. The bungee cords hold down the Bazooka and it wont float off. I think I went over board with the wire and drilling the screws and sliding lock pieces. At least I wont lose the parts to the river. I am open to new ideas. You can use my ideas and ...
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by  JON STEINERJump to last post
07 Mar 2017 06:38 PM
2 Replies and 7845 Views New use for Gold for joints, drill bits and armour plating !  7845  2 Started by  robertj.scarborough@comcast.net Can the uses of Gold get any better than making new jewelry trinkets or used as a corrosion resistant plating for circuit boards or as a infrared radiation heat shield on astronaut helmets Rice University has discovered a new alloy made of Gold and Titanium that is 4X stronger than most steel alloys. The researchers say the alloy sample pretty much destroyed a diamond pestle and mortar used to crush the sample for testing in a spectrum analyzer. The addition of Gold to Titanium makes an...
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by  WILLIAM SOUTHERNJump to last post
03 Jan 2017 04:56 PM
4 Replies and 11251 Views awesome wbsite  11251  4 Started by  motherlodeprospecting@outlook.com here is one of the best websites for land status info and research. Make sure to turn on the overlays until your zoomed in on an area. It slows the map loading other wise. Claim info is updated twice a month. if you are aware of the 'footprints' software this site is owned by the same person. Learn to use the info button and more info is at your fingertips on one site than many others combined. http://www.mylandmatters.org/
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by  tom glennJump to last post
01 Dec 2016 10:50 AM
3 Replies and 10243 Views New LDMA General Forum  10243  3 Started by  ed@braggfamily.com I would like to propose a new general LDMA Members Update Forum that all the LDMA  members and caretakers that can post updates for camp phone, address, rules, events, discuss issues, etc.  Another idea is a menu option for LDMA members to at least be able to view the LDMA camp current information.  I know there are individual forums for each camp, but I think a general LDMA Forum for discussing LDMA properties, events, or issues would be beneficial to all.  
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by  E. JIM/PAM HANEYJump to last post
04 Nov 2016 08:23 AM
1 Replies and 8820 Views What's With That Name ?  8820  1 Started by  rockkingron@gmail.com      Something that is often overlooked is the names on maps and how they can help the prospector to locate likely areas to hunt.  A good example of this is the colorful and strange names the 49ers gave to towns, ravines, creeks, streams, hills, and mountains where they hunted for gold.  Also some of these place names have been renamed several times over the years.      One area that I hunted, I had with me an old 1890s map, a 1950s 15-min. topo map,...
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by  ADAM ANDREWSJump to last post
21 Oct 2016 11:37 AM
21 Replies and 17982 Views Folding Sluice Box Classifier  17982  21 Started by  Stumbletown Miner     Hi everybody,     I made a cheap inexpensive classifier for a folding sluice box. It's made from a $3 IKEA strainer and a Dollar Store strainer with Home Depot plexi-glass, and Epoxy.     The main reason I did this is because the folding sluice box's load up with 1/2' rocks and they stay loaded up. So 1/4' or smaller is best. My classifier is in the water so it rinses all the rocks and materials. The first grate (Grizzly) puts the bigger rocks in t...
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by  ADAM ANDREWSJump to last post
21 Oct 2016 09:09 AM
26 Replies and 27295 Views Gold mining bucket tip  27295  26 Started by  Stumbletown Miner
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 If you've carried a bucket full of Gold mining tools very far, like four miles up a river, then you'll like this bucket tip. A snappy grip & a closet rod bracket bolted onto the bucket to carry the Gold pan & a classifier. And in the bucket are the usual tools...small blue pan, rock hammer, crevice tool, scooper, paint brush, black sand magnet, sucker bottle, pouch with viles & tweezers, etc..     Stumbletown Miner
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by  Benjamin CrainJump to last post
07 Sep 2016 04:31 PM
7 Replies and 14302 Views USFS Roads  14302  7 Started by  goldhammer88@yahoo.com If you are using USFS roads, go to any office of the National Forest you are in and get a copy of the Motor Vehicle Use Map (MVUM).  These are free, so no excuse to not have them in the rig, and for each Forest you visit.  This will show the road system that is open for motorized travel.   It is up to the user to know where they are and if the route they are on is open for use.  They are not required to post routes as open, as the policy now is 'closed unless posted opn', ...
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by  JON STEINERJump to last post
04 Sep 2016 10:47 PM
5 Replies and 13075 Views T- 80 pump useing a wr brown speedy compresser  13075  5 Started by  garyschwall@yahoo.com Can you use a speedy wr brown compresser for under water dredge diving it is a paint compresser  what I have heard it is the same as the t-80 compresser  it is oil less  the breather is on top the t-80 is on the side which makes for cooler air no bearing heat like the t-80 .
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by  GARY SCHWALLJump to last post
01 Sep 2016 07:40 PM
9 Replies and 10104 Views Prospecting equipment?  10104  9 Started by  ompomelet@gmail.com So, I have a pair of Garret pans, (14' and 10') Classifyers at 1/4', 1/8', 1/16' and a screen colander. I had a 1/2' one but I left it back in Texas. Might have to have sis' mail it to me. Also have a good heavy rock hammer/pick, a set of 3 heavy cold chisels, a set of 10 smaller masonry chisels and punches, a gold snuffer bottle, a few plastic pasture pipettes I scored from an essential oil seller (these are really nice for picking up the fine gold out of the pan and transferring it directly in...
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by  myrton woolenJump to last post
12 Aug 2016 02:30 PM
0 Replies and 3878 Views The Big Dig....  3878  0 Started by  Mike Primer Fun day up at GNG in North GA.  Added a few tips at the end as well.  http://www.youtube.com/watchv=n-yYIwl1PbU
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