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Kathleen Biffle
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The East Swank makes it ideal for serious prospecting. It is tricky to locate and once you do, make sure you have a 4wd if is at all muddy. Camping here is very primitive but it is beautiful. We dredged up great finds including old coins and small pickers at the East Swank and will definitely be back to explore other areas of this beautiful location.


Love this place

4 0
Step 1 of 1

Went to SWANK WEST to camp out for a day we stayed for two. The wife was down by the river panning for hours. I found a
a little pices one was incased into a small stone. There is an old sang if the wife is happy the man is happy. This is
true as long as the GPAA has this claim I will be a member.
Mike Rice


Swank East

3 0
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Spent several hours dredging on an inside bend , found some fine gold , typical for the Swank


More remote then west claim

3 0
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Less used then the west claim partly because of limited camping , tent only and the need to have four wheel drive except in the driest weather. You can be here all day and not see another prospector . Several areas to park off the main drive with access to the river. Small red garnets and fine gold , some larger flakes .


A day on the river

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Daniel Leach
Step 1 of 2

Went again last weekend all my parts never showed up in time so I figured id test a few more spots came across a spot I was getting 10 to 20 spec's a pan so I set up my highbanker and ran for 2 1/2 to 3 hrs didn't do to bad wish I had time to work the whole spot but im sure it's not going anywhere