I went to the Todd Creek location (previously described by another member) and bushwhacked up the hill and then cut over to the creek, as recommended in the previous post.
Ended up working in between 2 large waterfalls, although the water flow was minimal and was not enough to use my sluice. Found decent, really course flakes in every pan...so the potential is definitely there. Unfortunately, due to the location I was working in, I wasn’t able to explore that much of the creek without expending a ton of energy scrambling up and down the hillside. There is a ton of quartz in the area and I even found a nice terminated specimen.
Disclaimer: the area was quite treacherous. Very steep and slippery hillsides and if you slip in the wrong area, you’re falling a long way. With that being said, I’ll definitely be back to explore more as I think there are probably safer areas...perhaps lower down on the creek, or above the upper waterfall I was working below. Just be careful and choose your spot wisely.