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Last Post 13 Jan 2019 09:43 AM by  RICK HALLOWES
What sluice do you use?
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Brent Daugherty
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23 Jun 2015 02:07 PM
My newest sluice is a Martin MS 46 with the highbanker/dredge box, very well built, pulled the carpet out put miners moss in, I plan on putting hog mats in sometime before summer is over.
Robert DeMoss
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30 Jun 2015 08:25 AM
I have a quick question. In the water inlet, the open space where the water flows into the tubes. Is there a grizzly guard to protect the tubes from being clogged up with leaves and etc... I have been seeing pictures of them having the guards. Didn't know if they were installed with them or people put them on by their self.
Tim Leibel
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26 Sep 2015 07:55 AM
Well I bought an A52 and now know why you all like it. I ran 8 buckets through , unclassified, and found about 50 pieces of 50 mesh and smaller at Loud Mine this weekend, Just playing with it, I figure if I had classified to 1/2 inch and been serious I might have found some serious gold. I like it, it was a lot faster to feed than the 24 inch Royal, which I will keep for my back pack adventures.
Brad Lamb
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14 Oct 2015 07:34 AM
My go-to is the Keene A52, which I use to extend the keene 2.5 dredge/hi-banker combo when necessary.

I also have a 7" X 50" Gold Buzzard Stream sluice that is really interesting and I have not totally figured it out yet, lol.
Tim Leibel
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14 Oct 2015 08:25 AM
I recently upgraded to a Keene A52 and now I understand why so many people use it. It will definarptely be my go to sluice to move material.
Brad Lamb
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20 Oct 2015 11:51 AM
I am hoping that someone has a bazooka miner or prospector and an AMP sluice at the Loud Mine this week. I am really interested to see the "almost instant" results.
JUSTIN DENIG
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10 Nov 2015 01:27 AM

lol which sluices dont i use lol

Erick Jolley
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19 Jan 2017 05:37 PM

Hi James,

I just got the new Keene Mini Max and I'm liking it more and more every time I use it. Very versatile and like the fact the it can transform into four platforms.   

 

EJ

JAMIE BURRELL
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19 Jan 2017 06:10 PM
I currently have a Keene a51a 6" wide sluice with 11" flair setup on a recirculating system with 2 500gph tsunami pumps, works great
ADAM ANDREWS
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19 Jan 2017 08:23 PM

    I'm using a Jobe folding sluice, and the Jobe header for re-circulating. I'm thinking about getting the Keene Mini Max. That sluice looks like it does it all.

RONNI HISOIRE
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20 Jan 2017 11:22 AM
I use a Keene 52 as well!
Matt Johnson
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24 Jan 2017 11:22 AM
I use the Le Trap.
Michael Parramore
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25 Jan 2017 08:36 PM

36" Bazooka Gold trap.  I only used this a few times and I did find some yellow in the recovery. 

I pulled this pic off of the internet.  I have the same one.  

Jonathan Monnier
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21 Jan 2018 08:25 AM
I used the A52 stock from the start and still do except for a few recent mods.

I often pondered that another 3ft or more would allow me to process more material between cleanings so I made two additional 3ft removable sections.

Main A52 is modified to accept Gold Hawg UR matting with original expanded metal and riffle installation, the add on sluices have alternating Gold Hawg Talon,Scrubber and Bedrock mats.

Worst case is I end up with two extra sluices.
Eric Weaner
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24 Jan 2018 09:26 AM
Aurora Mining Products Recon Sluice. Small, lightweight and catches gold! Can't ask for much more than that! If you are interested in a fluid bed type sluice, check'em out
JOHN PATWELL
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29 Jan 2018 04:23 AM
Gold King, just like the Buzzards!
Brad Arkle
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02 Feb 2018 05:12 AM
A Keene A52, which I plan to buy a head for to make it a recirculator. Moving to NW AZ soon, and I really don't know how useful a straight
sluice will be!
Carl Fitzgerald
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02 Feb 2018 03:03 PM

I use a Gold Hog stream sluice. Doc does good work..........

Scott Leidenberger
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02 Feb 2018 06:18 PM

I use a Gold Hog stream sluice as well. Works very well.

Don Lewallen
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05 Feb 2018 10:29 AM

I use a Angus Mckirk Grubstake, and a home made sluice.

Thomas Wentling
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10 Feb 2018 06:45 AM

I use a Keene A52 and Angus MacKirk Foreman II

Chris West
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08 Mar 2018 05:26 PM
I love the simple La Sluice. It does have a problem with lifting out of the creek for clean up as it is too flimsy, so I made a simple aluminum bar frame to make it more rigid when lifting out of creek. Love this setup. Simple and light. Not much gold gets through it if set up right.
Chris West
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08 Mar 2018 05:29 PM
Sorry, meant 'La Trap'
STANLEY SHIELDS
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08 Dec 2018 05:24 PM
KeeneA52, properly set up seems to work great for me!
Michael Fotakis
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10 Dec 2018 01:21 PM
I love my Le Trap sluice.  It is lightweight and traps the smallest gold.  Very easy to transport and cleanout.  I modified mine with some ribbed matt and 2 plastic supports to put rocks on top to weigh it down....I have owned bazooka,  goldwell vortex, and angus McKirk sluices and Le Trap has been my favorite.  I use my gold cube and Keene gold dust miller table for clean out.
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