What is the best place to buy pay dirt from
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Ed BraggUser is Offline
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16 Jun 2016 09:24 AM

Yeah the Image Manager doesn't load on Android phones using Chrome .. I even tried the browser option "Request desktop site", no luck.

And to stay on topic (Buying Gold) .. I've bought many bags of paydirt over the years. Started with the Amazon stuff (Lyra), Gold Rush, and numerous eBay auctions.  I've come to the conclusion my top 4 are:

Dirt Hogg (Canada) - 1 out of 5 bags will be bonus with 50% more gold, and occasionally a lot more
http://www.dirthoggpaydirt.com/

Jimbo's Paydirt (Arizona) - excellent gold return, custom paydirt options
https://www.jimbosgold.com/

Gold Adventures LLC (Colorado) - High percentage of gold, very difficult to pan completely, for improving advanced panning technique
http://www.goldadventures.biz/gold_...s_for_sale

Goldgetters (North Carolina) - Nice chunky, clean, easy to pan.
http://goldgetters.net/

 

Regards,

Ed

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22 Jun 2016 01:50 AM
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23 Jun 2016 06:22 PM
I have had good luck with eureka joes. There 2lb. $50.00 bag keeps them fever going.
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23 Jun 2016 07:09 PM
Some should try gold hog cons .You might even get some other stuff.Like gems.
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24 Jun 2016 10:22 AM
I got some of the Gold Hog cons. The gemstone bonus is nice. Makes for pretty piles on the porch.

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27 Jun 2016 01:47 AM

I just wanted to say thank you to all the GPAA members who purchased their 37% OFF Paydirt at lynchmining.com. Most of you have already purchased your orders and just as a reminder there are only 5 days left to receive your 37% Off on all 1 gram guaranteed gold paydirt bags! If you have not ordered a bag yet please visit us at http://www.lynchmining.com. 

Don't forget to enter in our FREE gold giveaway raffle that we will be hosting on July 4th, 2016. You will have the chance to win 5 grams in real miners gold, a chance to win FREE Paydirt and a chance to win 1-5 grams of 24k Bullion bars! Everyone who enters will automatically receive 5 FREE raffle tickets into the drawing. We will be drawing the winners at 5pm mountain time and will be announcing the winners on July 5th, 2016. 

Good Luck to all raffle entrants!

If you have any questions or comments we can be reached at info@lynchmining.com or (877) 865-7449. 

HAPPY PROSPECTING! 

Rhett Lynch-CEO

Lynch Mining, LLC 

 

 

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27 Jun 2016 01:58 AM

In order to enter into the FREE raffle go to http://www.lynchmining.com and you will see a popup that will ask you to enter your name and email address. Once you submit your name and email address, you will automatically be generated 5 FREE raffle tickets for our drawing on July 4th, 2016. 

GOOD LUCK!!! 


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29 Jun 2016 07:47 AM

If you want a GREAT place to buy paydirt then go see my friend on ebay........ his seller name is vagoldseeker2014.

he sells legitimate paydirt at a great price. he has mines across the country az, me, id, ga, va, and ca. My ROI has always been 50 to 75% on average. and the gold is a very pretty color. order some up ,,,,,,  you wont be dissapointed.!!

 

Brad LambUser is Offline
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29 Jun 2016 10:13 AM
Any feedback on Lynch Mining paydirt from some buyers?
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Ed BraggUser is Offline
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29 Jun 2016 11:46 AM

Not yet, I just received my order this morning. Packaging is tight and no spillage what so-ever.   I ordered 3 different ones, and will report back, probably later this weekend after I get done prospecting in the local creeks.

~Ed

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29 Jun 2016 03:37 PM
I've bought a pound of Lyra's Alaska and 1/4 of Yuba river off of Amazon. Lyra's was a let down, but the Yuba surprised me. They each produced about the same amount of gold, but the Yuba had 3 really nice pickers.
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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 


ARTHUR WAUGHUser is Offline
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30 Jun 2016 06:00 AM
While I am not against advertising what you have for sale, there is a page for that.  This thread was for discussion of WHERE to purchase.  You have managed to plaster most of the site with your ads peddling your material.  I think enough is enough.
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30 Jun 2016 07:16 AM
Posted By Jon Wilbanks on 29 Jun 2016 03:37 PM

I've bought a pound of Lyra's Alaska and 1/4 of Yuba river off of Amazon. Lyra's was a let down, but the Yuba surprised me. They each produced about the same amount of gold, but the Yuba had 3 really nice pickers.
Seconded on the Yuba dirt! I had good results too. Will post pics if I ever get around to posting from the laptop.

Lyra was a bit of a disappointment, but you do get what you pay for. It's $17.00 per lb. on Amazon but only $11.00 per lb. off their website, so if you get $10.00 or less worth of gold, that's only to be expected. There is more expensive paydirt available, much of it with a 1 gram guarantee. I'll be going with those in the future...

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01 Jul 2016 02:22 AM
Congrats Rhett, but beware, there is some little monster out there saying "MY PRECIOUS"

 

 

My goal for this year is to have collected enough gold to hand make our wedding rings from the pure gold we extracted from the ground, but also hopefully enough to do a lot more. We have rings but they are the diluted 14k making, I want real gold that we pulled out of the ground together, they are OUR rings of raw gold.

ARTHUR WAUGHUser is Offline
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01 Jul 2016 05:57 AM

Anything much over 14K will be so soft they would not be viable in day to day wear.  I constantly lightly bend my 10K at work.

But, I have to admit, that is a good way to get the future better half to (wo)man the shovel

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01 Jul 2016 06:46 AM
Arthur you are right that it is a great motivator but I beg to differ on the softness. Maybe if you wear a thin ring it will be soft, but with a thick and wide band it is more then enough to stay true to it's shape and I would like to see a quarter ounce on my wife's finger, she can show it off when she is not slapping my head with it.
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01 Jul 2016 06:10 PM
Posted By Benjamin Crain on 01 Jul 2016 02:22 AM

Congrats Rhett, but beware, there is some little monster out there saying "MY PRECIOUS"

 

 

My goal for this year is to have collected enough gold to hand make our wedding rings from the pure gold we extracted from the ground, but also hopefully enough to do a lot more. We have rings but they are the diluted 14k making, I want real gold that we pulled out of the ground together, they are OUR rings of raw gold.

Adding my Congrats to Rhett.  Any woman would be foolish to turn him down with a rock like that! Lol!

Anyway, if I recall what I have read correctly, isn't the average "wild" gold we pan about 22k? If the ring band is thick enough, that should hold up just fine. Might need the occasional polish if treated roughly at all, but most fine gold jewelry I've seen in and from India does not seem to break down easily. I'm planning on using the nuggets as is for jewelry making. Raw nugget decoration has a charm all it's own...



Brad LambUser is Offline
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11 Jul 2016 05:48 AM

The Gizmo Bag from Lynch Mining. A great bag for the money!!

 

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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

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