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MARICOPA GROUP: AZ AU #1 #2, YAHOO #2, GOLDEN DREAMS, KING #1

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MARICOPA, AZ

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King # 1

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3/14/2019
Edward Balulis
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Was out to the south central King #1 claim today, spent 3 hrs looking just up and out of main wash, checking and sampling the feeder washes , found 2 spots that looked real good, dug in and down to some good bed rock and old gravel, came out with 5 1/2 buckets, after getting it back and drying it out, ran it and only came up with 10 fines, { That's Bad } I know this claim has been worked hard, but they didn't get it all, will keep looking, I am not one to give up and I hope I am to good not to find it>>>>


 

AZAU 1 South West center of claim

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3/12/2019
Edward Balulis
Step 1 of 1

spent 4 hours out testing wash, sides and up to first benches, most of the the bottom of washes worked hard, ran 6 buckets in my dry washer and had 4 course flakes and about 30 fines, went back a second time ran 9 buckets from my 2 best areas only got 5 course flakes and about 40 fines, yes found gold but hard to say it's worth while, now you may do good if you got lucky and worked a side hill with exposed bed rock and really dug it down. but that's prospecting. good luck


 

King Prospecting

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2/26/2018
JOHN WATKINS
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This claim is still giving up a little gold! Got 8 fines and a picker today from 1 and half buckets using a recirculator. Worked the bank, not down in the bottom of the wash.
Looks like there's recently been lots of dry washer activity in the area.
Happy hunting!


 

AZAU 1

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2/7/2018
ROBERT MARTINEZ
Step 1 of 1

Went testing the southern end of AZAU 1 and noticed how shallow the topsoil was in the southern half of the claim. In alot of places the caliche layer was visible on the surface and the areas I tested were only 5"-7" deep. I feel this would be a great area to use a VLF detector to its full potential. We found flakes but I'm really wanting to see what I find with a detector.


 

#1 King

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10/12/2017
JOHN WATKINS
Step 1 of 2

Used vacuum in the wash for fines. Lots exposed bedrock in this area with easy access. Little over a full bucket and got 12+ pcs, see pics.


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