This video is a tribute to the great Matthew Quigley - May your American Values live in our hearts forever. My father-in-law and I drive to a claim for sale in the Boise Basin. It was a great claim, and we found a decent amount for gold for the small amount of work we did. However, I passed on the claim because it was not quite what I was looking for. Great claim nonetheless! Yes I am aware of all the claim fraud that goes on in various states, which is why I personally verify every claim I visit on the BLM LR-2000 website. Great tool. Once again Roger thanks for your Awesome editing skills.
Views: 20853 UtahProspector
See where you can find Gold In Idaho. This presentation shows where gold is in Idaho and looks at a special geologic event that impacts where you can find gold in the sate of Idaho. Check out https://SourdoughMiner.com/GDU/ to learn more about gold prospecting and finding more gold. Watch "Where Can I Find Gold In Idaho" to get an idea of what gold clues you're looking for.
Views: 1150 Prospector Jess
When the USFS comes knockin' at Miah and Derek's claim, Miah lays down the (mining) law. As a miner it’s important to understand your rights on your legitimate and valid mining claim. Don’t let the Forest Service bully you off your claim. If the proper steps are taken to locate, record, and process your mineral rights claim, then the Forest service cannot stop you from casual use mining. For more information visit our website at: https://www.goldrushexpeditions.com/how-to-guides/mining-laws/how-to-fight-the-blm/
Views: 10269 Gold Rush Expeditions, Inc.
Gold fever is alive in the mountains of Washington state, but the use of new machinery in waterways is causing conflict with activists. Local fishermen are pushing for regulations on hydraulic dredging, a method that boosts the efficacy of small-scale mining operations but may cause lasting damage to fish populations in the area. Special correspondent Nils Cowan of KCTS reports.
Views: 17687 PBS NewsHour
Where can you find gold in Nevada? Watch this and see where gold can be found in Nevada using the USGS gold maps and a generous scoop of desert sands. For more details about how to find gold go to https://SourdoughMiner.com/GDU/ Watch to see where to start Gold Prospecting in Nevada.
Views: 1170 Prospector Jess
We had fun exploring the Old gold mine. We found some nice relics, we found a Chinese coin. Thanks for watching. HH & GL Please subscribe!
Views: 2024 Spud Diggers
I took my dredge out a few days earlier and wanted to do a little metal detecting. I got permission from a claim owner who lives in Atlanta Idaho to detect his claim. So I grabbed my Garrett ATX and went at it. I almost quit after 2.5 hours of no luck and it was starting to get hot, but right then I got a nice little signal in a bedrock crack and dug it out. Turned out to be a nice little .4 gram Idaho gold nugget at about 2.5 inches. First Idaho gold nugget!
Views: 8752 Bearkat4160
In this episode RacerRed and I explore a bit of Idaho, we went to Pearl Idaho. All speeds displayed and sounds of engines racing have been digitally enhanced for your viewing pleasure, Video is 1 or more years old stock video. Please obey speed limits and local laws. All other riders, cagers and people in this video were unpaid stunt men/ women from Mexico
Views: 530 Piston Slap
https://goldnuggets.leadpages.net/start-finding-gold-in-idaho/ Gold can be found all throughout the state of Idaho. Thousands of rich creeks, rivers, and mines are scattered throughout the state. Our new eBook will help you find places where you can successfully find gold! Click the link at the top of this description to get more information...
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Website: https://www.goldrushexpeditions.com/ Mining 101: https://www.goldrushexpeditions.com/how-to-guides/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GoldRushExpedinc National Bureau of Mines: http://www.nationalbureauofmines.org/ Today on Gold Rush Media Corey and Jessica shed some light on Mining Claim laws in regards to structures on your Mine Site. Music Courtesy of Bensounds.com
Views: 1529 Gold Rush Expeditions, Inc.
In 2013 when we were trying to get around the California rules regarding gold dredging in the State and not being able ot use a motor and a sluice box at the same time, we tried a few different things...
Views: 3384 Bearkat4160
American Gold Prospectors Ep02 Se01. We go dredging with Martin and he shows us his Keene 4 inch ultra mini dredge setup. Later I interview Martin and he shows us his monster 1/2 oz gold nugget! Last half of the show I explain the New Hampshire Prospecting Laws !!Way more episodes here!! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6NR9tmxECz_LTaxahMxcYP121qOK_AwZ Please like and subscribe and hit the bell for notifications of new videos Subscribe here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjm_LG6AiJZrvfVjmrBpeWQ?sub_confirmation=1 American Gold Prospectors YouTube Homepage https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjm_LG6AiJZrvfVjmrBpeWQ? American Gold Prospectors facebook page https://www.facebook.com/americangoldprospectors/ Bryan Wilder facebook page https://www.facebook.com/bryan.wilder.5 Instagram https://www.instagram.com/american.gold.prospectors/ #goldshow #goldprospecting #goldrush
Views: 16597 American Gold Prospectors
On this episode of American Gold Prospectors, we head out to a river in New Hampshire and dredge with Mike, Martin and Bryan. Mike finds a nice picker, Bryan finds a huge 9.2 gram nugget and martin gets hurt. !!Way more episodes here!! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6NR9tmxECz_LTaxahMxcYP121qOK_AwZ Please like and subscribe and hit the bell for notifications of new videos Subscribe here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjm_LG6AiJZrvfVjmrBpeWQ?sub_confirmation=1 American Gold Prospectors YouTube Homepage https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjm_LG6AiJZrvfVjmrBpeWQ? American Gold Prospectors facebook page https://www.facebook.com/americangoldprospectors/ Bryan Wilder facebook page https://www.facebook.com/bryan.wilder.5 Instagram https://www.instagram.com/american.gold.prospectors/ #goldshow #goldprospecting #goldrush
Views: 7550 American Gold Prospectors
Prospecting Gold in Idaho, sample areas and having fun.
Views: 26854 Rand Gruber
Stretching 40 miles through the heart of northern Idaho, Silver Valley is a time capsule of the West. Deep within its valley walls, empires rose...and sometimes fell. Beyond the ribald tales, you will discover how the region's past has shaped what the Silver Valley is today...and why it still resonates with the spirit of those who sought its Silver Linings.
Views: 13764 KSPS Public TV
Today plans changed again as the winter weather didn't allow me access to my originally planned prospecting spot, so I end up in another place just downstream a few miles. Supersluice Gold Pan, 15": https://amzn.to/2jDtVOC Keene A51 Sluice Box: https://amzn.to/2ImqrhC My Small Scale: https://amzn.to/2K02aLl KleshGuitars Merchandise: https://www.justgraytshirts.com/ Use Discount Code KLESH10 - free shipping in the US and Europe! Other Platforms: Steemit: https://steemit.com/@kleshguitars Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KleshGuitars/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ript2shrds/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/shaneklesh KleshGuitars 12081 West Alameda Pkwy #141 Lakewood, CO 80228 Support my work via donation: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/KleshGuitars Bitcoin: 18ZgbM9azxrfJdv54Nw9VjAfBmEn8So7DR Etherium: 0xb1AB79833f70E0CA93C537462FcFbe627bDb5E53 Litecoin: LSKrBJMMBGmBLN5GNVq5fiwkak6z4YTxj5 PayPal: [email protected] Live Stream Channel: "KleshGuitars TV" https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7eN3k0jqA9D6XJDOw_23vA Background Music by: Cooper Hopkins Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/cooperhopkins YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-lO8iuS6xWhqJofZDrSjwg/videos
Views: 20104 KleshGuitars
Ever wonder where can I Find Gold In Colorado? This video is going to give you a few places where gold has been found in Colorado and tips as to why gold is there. For more tips on prospecting for gold look at httpS://SourdoughMiner.com/GDU/ Watch the GDU link I'll show you more about how and why these maps are made and about rocks, minerals, geology, water movement and tips on gold panning and gold prospecting.
Views: 2166 Prospector Jess
The last session of sluicing at this amazing bench! In total I managed to find 13.5 grams of gold across several sessions personally and several more grams and gold specimens were mined by friends, brining the total to over half an ounce. This video entails the last of the sluicing with the Gold Rat Mini High-banker, my boy Grizzly and of course a coffee. Victorian State laws: https://parkweb.vic.gov.au/visit/popular-activities/fossicking
Views: 16663 Vo-Gus Prospecting
Wondering Where Can I Find Gold In Washington State? Watch this video to see where gold has been found before using the USGS gold maps I provide. Check out both the following links to learn more https://SourdoughMiner.com/GDU/ for details about the gold diggers underground and https://Sourdoughminer.com/GGM/ to see how I make these custom USGS gold maps to find gold right at home.
Views: 2780 Prospector Jess
We show you How this lost art of Dry Panning Gold is performed with good results. Filmed in Historic Dayton Nevada, in Gold Canyon. There is still Gold in them thar hills. For more just visit us at; http://www.askjeffwilliams.com/services.html Jeff
Views: 58306 Ask Jeff Williams
At this location the second largest nugget ever discovered in New Zealand was turfed up in 1917 by prospectors who were re-working old tailings from the 1860's gold-rush to Moonlight Creek. The 87.5 ounce nugget was named the 'Victory'. George Moonlight moved from the Victorian Goldfields (Australia) to New Zealand, then caught a steamer to the west coast of the South Island. George travelled from one gold rush to another, sometimes striking good gold, often not. His remains were found on the 16 September 1884 at Hope Bush (Cow Creek) having gone missing the year before on a lone prospecting trip, and is buried at the Nelson cemetery. Gold was discovered at a site, about 40 kilometres north-east of Greymouth, by prospectors called Cabet (surname) and 'Panama Bill', in 1868. They decided to name the new goldfield after George Moonlight. The creek and neighbouring terraces contained coarse dark nuggetty gold, sometimes impregnated with rose quartz (or rose tinted quartz). Many large nuggets have been found historically at the site. These include W.H. Jones 52 oz, George Fox 78 oz, William Coulter (known as Santa Anna) 47 oz, Mitchell and Russell (surnames) 79 oz, 60 oz, 40 oz, 2 x 33 oz, 22.50 oz and 20 oz, 'Flash' Barry (named after his spending spree in Melbourne from gold finds in the Victorian goldfields) 37 oz, Young and party several from 37 oz to 23 oz, Alfred Bliss 37 oz, Thomas Wood 36 oz, and much more that goes unrecorded. Retired geologist Jock Braithwaite when interviewed in part about Moonlight Creek, gives a fine definition of a nugget: ' A nugget is if you drop it in the dish, and it goes ding'. The site is well known amongst gold fossickers, lured by the romantic name, and the improbable promises of riches, from the many nuggets found here in the past. Gold prospecting requires a permit, but not in the seventeen public fossicking sites on the South Island (always check the Department of Mines website for the most up to date information). Prosecutions for mining without a permit do occur, as a property owner near the entrance of the Moonlight Road found in 2016. Non motorised fossicking is allowed, in designated fossicking sites, including panning dishes, and small scale sluicing. The thought here is families will come, with children given the opportunity to pan for gold in the creek, finding a few specks, then going home happy having spent the day in the beautiful New Zealand outdoors. Not everyone buys into this. Online forums note conflicts with people behaving badly, including a local rock club who arrived, and were threatened by a man clearing trees. Gold does funny things to people, and does not always bring out the best in human nature. Small nuggets have been reportedly found up to recent times. The best time to go is spring and early summer, after the winter floods have potentially washed gold nuggets to the surface. The best time to go to avoid people is mid-winter, when there is knee deep mud, constant drizzling rain, and sub-zero temperatures. The entrance road to Moonlight Creek can be found at a location called Atarau, on the main road on the northern side of the Grey River. Where the road turns sharply is a pull-out area with prominent 'Moonlight' sign, and minor gold mining equipment. The fossicking site is via a narrow gravel road heading north from here into the thickly forested hills for 10 kilometres (sometimes used by logging trucks), to a place now known as Anderson's Flat. The fossicking area covers 59 768 ha, beginning 1.32 kilometres above the bridge crossing. A gold location near Queenstown is also called Moonlight Creek. Prospectors rushed to the site after the 1868 find, many described as 'hatters', a gold mining term for an elderly prospector having gone slightly mad in the head from gold fever. The focus was on a gutter running parallel to the creek, and disappearing into a terrace. Much tunnelling into the terrace failed to locate the gutter extension. There were reefs at Moonlight Creek, but it appears not enough for large company involvement. Several pegged claims, and a couple started work, but amounted to little. The creek was pegged by dredging companies with a similar result. An 1875 report states by this stage many had left, with one store remaining. Coarse gold was also found at Caledonian Creek, 5 miles away: Baxter Creek for fine gold; and Garden Gully, all seeing small numbers of miners around the same time as the Moonlight Creek rush. Long (like all day) difficult (steep, muddy, wet etc) but beautiful walks and mountain bike trails eg. Croesus Track,can be taken through the lush temperate rainforest to the Garden Gully site, containing swing bridges, a 1905 era stamp battery, mining relics, and tin gold miner huts.
Views: 3705 jades Adventures
Enter our monthly contest to win cool prizes to help you find more treasure. February's prize is a Garrett Pro Pointer! Enter and get details at: http://highplainsprospectors.com/blog/?p=771 Don't forget to check out our blog for more updated prospecting and treasure hunting information! www.highplainsprospectors.com/blog Prospecting buddies Travis & Josh hit the road and drive north of Kansas City to find yellow gold! After driving the majority of the day to finally find a good quality location rich in quarts deposited from glaciers many years ago. Using a sluice box, gold pan, hand suction dredge, and the good ole' pick and shovel, they manage to eek out a couple very fine gold flakes. Although they only found a few small flakes it is always fun getting out to search for it!
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Erik and Eric take our new Poor Man Sam Baldwin designed dry lander (dry land) gold highbanker/dredge unit out to the gold fields for the first time. Purchased from Harrington & Baldwin Mining Supply who is fabricating these units for people in various countries worldwide. Why did the prospector cross the river? To get to the better gold.. I cross the swift river with our brand new 7hp Subaru motor on my back.. and I submerge the engine, doh! It survives! So much for the good spot. We take it to an unproven legally safe claimed area. What we learned using this drylander (dry land) gold dredge: - Prime it by pouring directly into the venturi! - Keep water supply lines extended fully to keep them from kinking - Plan your mining 'run' (i call them) before starting, where you'll start and end, then move all the large rocks out of the way. -Disruption in flow MAY dislodge the gold from the sluice mats, in which case the best way to mine with this type of unit is to use the sprayer to fill a hole, turn it off, dredge it out, shut down and check for gold, and repeat. - Drag the nozzle through the gravel, pushing it in. Be aggressive. - This unit is heavy while used as there's several gallons of rushing water and material in your hands at all times you have to aggressively wrestle through material. It's tough! - The bigger the diameter of dredge the more water you'll need! - The 3" drylander dredge requires a LOT of water, but it's very powerful. - We're still learning and have a ton to learn. - and bring a screwdriver! We took this unit out to try it out. We weren't mining or prospecting this location. We simply wanted to get a feel for the unit so we'd feel confident when we put it in another location. At the end when we clean up the mats, Eric (big Eric) says "throw it back for all I care" This was a legally safe location for us. It's incumbent upon us to know the laws and regulations regarding using this type of unit for your area/jurisdiction. I've disabled comments to protect the claim owners. Good gold to you all. Epic gold coming soon.
Views: 1428 Erik the Prospector
ScottsMotoNet is metal detecting the homesteads of Owyhee County, Idaho and it's impressive natural places and old mines. This video was filmed is the Southern part of Idaho just south east of Murphy, Idaho. Pack It In, Pack It Out, Please Don't Leave Trash Behind. If You Dig It Up, Fill It Up, Don't Leave Holes Behind. If you would like to experience more rockhounding adventures, please check out ScottsMotoNet YouTube Channel and hit subscribe. Thanks for your interest.
Views: 1413 ScottsMotoNet
Prospecting and panning the Rogue mining rouge river gold dredging on the rogue river rogue river indian artifacts oregon gold panning maps oregon gold dredging permit best stream in oregon to gold pan oregon gold mining claims for sale gold hot spots in oregon
Views: 1536 Radu Blaga
Just a quick video of some beach gold prospecting using a gold cube. Thought I would share it here. There is PLENTY of gold on specific beaches in Oregon for everyone to go have a little fun. Be respectful. Clean up your junk. Know the rules and laws. Enjoy. Song clip at beginning of video is Greg Graffin "Cold As The Clay". Please Stay tuned to this channel as MANY new videos will be posted this summer. Questions, feel free to ask.
Views: 72653 OregonProspecting
The Sunshine Mine near Kellogg, ID, was the nation's premier silver producer for many years. In 1972, the mine was nearly 6,000 feet deep, contained hundreds of miles of worked-out areas, and employed nearly 500 people. Because of its depth and the type of host rock for the silver (unburnable quartzite), the general thinking of the day was that fires in mines such as the Sunshine were impossible, because "hard-rock mines don't burn." What wasn't really considered was that timber supports, foam insulation, and mining equipment do burn and that the carbon monoxide gas produced by burning is far more deadly than fire itself. Thus, no one was prepared when, on May 2, 1972, a fire of unknown origin broke out below the 3100 level of the mine. Before long, 173 miners on the day shift were trapped by thick, black smoke. By the time the fire was out, 91 miners had died, and the Sunshine Mine Fire became known as one of the worst mine disasters of the 20th century. After the Sunshine Mine disaster, Congress passed the Federal Mine Safety and Health Act of 1977 (Mine Act), the legislation which currently governs MSHA's activities. The Mine Act amended the 1969 Coal Act in a number of significant ways, and consolidated all federal health and safety regulations of the mining industry, coal as well as non-coal mining, under a single statutory scheme. The Mine Act strengthened and expanded the rights of miners, and enhanced the protection of miners from retaliation for exercising such rights. Mining fatalities dropped sharply under the Mine Act from 272 in 1977 to 86 in 2000. The Mine Act also transferred responsibility for carrying out its mandates from the Department of the Interior to the Department of Labor, and named the new agency the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA). Additionally, the Mine Act established the independent Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission to provide for independent review of the majority of MSHA's enforcement actions. In 2006, Congress passed the Mine Improvement and New Emergency Response Act (MINER Act). The MINER Act amended the Mine Act to require mine-specific emergency response plans in underground coal mines; added new regulations regarding mine rescue teams and sealing of abandoned areas; required prompt notification of mine accidents; and enhanced civil penalties. For more on the history of mine safety, go to http://www.msha.gov/AboutMSHA.HTM . This was clipped from the 2004 video, We Are ... MSHA, by the Mine Safety and Health Administration and available at the MSHA website and the Internet Archive.
Views: 9923 markdcatlin
How to find opals Finding Gold 8: http://youtu.be/w7bI4uUacRg Gold & Gem locations: http://www.treasuresites.com/treasurebooks.htm Finished examples: http://www.ebay.com/usr/4-matt1 Opals occur most commonly around basalt deposits, though they can be a mineralized gel replacement for wood (petrified wood is one process, opal is another). To look for opal: go to the basalt (lava) areas (use a USGS mineral map), then look for depressions (old springs) or flat areas on hillsides where you see the ground pictured in the film. Opals have a specific gravity lighter than sand so pieces (float opal) will come to the surface. Start looking for pieces (the tops will be sun-baked white). If you are finding obsidian (volcanic glass) walk up to a lower temp. mineralization and look for opal. Opal can be black opal, white opal, red (fire) opal, clear opal, or solid opal, and precious opal can be found right along with common opal. Precious opal can (in some cases) be found with ultraviolet light. Some opal can be up to 20% water, and be subject to cracking and crazing if not dried over a period of years. What I personally like about the hillside prospecting method shown is the opal has been thoroughly dried out over the eons and is ready to cut into jewelry from day one. How much opal was recovered in this film? Pounds. Get out there and find yourself some opals -- and defend the 1872 mining law -- it is the only piece of paper that gives the average citizen the right to be on public property, whether prospecting or riding a bicycle. Beware of those trying to change or take it away in the name of "protecting" the land -- they are only taking away your freedoms. Gold and platinum are 15-19 times heavier than other streambed materials and concentrate in low pressure areas and cracks that run across rivers and streams. You look for a crack on the bank, and follow it out until you meet the "gold line" and there you suck it out with your dredge. Gold will be on the outside edge of a river gravel bar, at the head of the bar (large gold but usually beneath big boulders), and at the tail end of a bar (vast concentrations due to river bars forming in the shape of an airfoil and sucking fine gold to the tail end) but be small to microscopic at the tail end. Gold will travel down a river or stream in a line, usually off center of the high pressure water. Gold will settle behind a boulder. A good place to fish, can also be an excellent place to find gold. "Black sand" is iron ore that can be readilly identified in gravel bars and is a ready indicator that gold is probably present. The most effective and economical way for the average person to find paying concentrations of gold in a river or stream is with a simple ($80) sluice that you shovel into and the riffles retain gold, platinum, gems and anything heavy for you. Gold can be found up high on the old river channels and recovered with metal detectors, a gold wheel, a highbanker, or simply by identifying the material, shoveling it in your truck and working it out later in a wheel, or your simple stream sluice. The states which have gold in vast quantities are: Maine, Vermont, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Colorado, Wyoming, New Mexico, Nevada, Arizona, California, Idaho, Washington, Montana, and Oregon. The rest have gold as well, some in very good concentrations. All have gems of some kind that a sluice will seperate and hold. Good luck finding the gold of your dreams! Find gold by viewing the other films in this series for all the methods (from simple hand tools to metal detectors) plus even more valuable gems. Fire opal, fire opal, fire opal, fire opal, fire opal, fire opal, fire opal traced to the source vein. Finding Gold Series Prospecting
Views: 74351 Matt Mattson
Hi everyone! In this episode we take a look at a few different type of dredges and talk with other prospectors about why they chose their dredge. We also highlight different features and different matting configurations and types used. Dredges featured are two 2" Keene Backpack Dredges, two 3" Keene Dredges, 4" Keene Mini, and a 2.5" DIY Dredge! Keep in mind this is only a small population of dredges available. Don't forget about Proline Mining as well! Special thanks to the founder and host of Prospectors Radio Tim Grimes, the Indiana Gold Hunter Dennis Dayton, Ben & Van Dutton, and John Miller. Also be sure to check out American Mining Rights Association (AMRA) who continue to fight for our rights!!!! Visit them at https://www.americanminingrights.com/. Don't forget to tune into to Prospectors Radio every Sunday at 7:30pm EST and Wednesdays at 9:00pm EST. Also, be sure to join Gold Prospectors Space at www.GoldProspectorsSpace.com to be eligible for the great giveaways and prizes!
Views: 18726 Wandering Buffalos Prospecting
Metal detecting pioneer wagon trail located south of Snake River in Owyhee County, Idaho. Road constructed by the pioneers coming west in their wagons during the 1800s.
Views: 1373 ScottsMotoNet
I am back at the creek and I’m trying out new spots today I found a ledge and a nice little gold pocket.
Views: 1770 Kyle Thiemann
First outing for the New 49er's Prospecting Association's 2016 season using gravity gold mining method which was used over 150 years. We are bringing it back because we have no choice at the moment thanks to California's illegal mining laws. It works pretty good! We found 11 dwt of gold, over a half oz. See more http://goldgold.com Good gold, good people, great place to Make America Great Again! Filmed on a Canon HF G30 and a DJI Phantom 4 Drone Rode videomic pro for audio Edited in Final Cut Pro X
Views: 14685 Bearkat4160
I went Gold Dredging in the creek where an old grist mill site use to be back in the mid 1700s. I figured it would be a good way to find both relics and Gold. I dredged for about 8 hours and found some pretty interesting artifacts, including some gold!. Hope yall enjoy the video, I had a blast out dredging and I'm looking forward to doing it again soon. Thanks for Watching and God Bless! Remember that The law of the Lord is better than Thousands of Gold and Silver Pieces. Please be sure to subscribe if you enjoy my videos: http://bit.ly/nuggetnogginsub Keep up with my daily adventures! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nuggetnoggin Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nuggetnoggin Nugget Noggin T-Shirts visit: https://www.bonfire.com/nuggetnoggin Amazon Store: https://www.amazon.com/shop/nuggetnoggin Website: https://www.nuggetnoggin.com https://www.rivertreasurefinds.com Buy a Metal Detector: https://www.battleground-detectors.com #GoldDredging About Nugget Noggin: Hey! I'm Michael, I love to get outdoors and discover awesome things with my metal detector. I started treasure hunting when I was 12 years old and shortly after received my first metal detector. Since then, I've been hooked and just love going out to search for the unknown. You may see me in the woods crawling under an old house or diving down in the river to search for rings. Wherever the adventure brings us, I'll try my best to keep you entertained. Gold Dredging in the Creek with Nugget! | Nugget Noggin https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uMWoSyj9fmk Nugget Noggin https://www.youtube.com/nuggetnoggin
Views: 344949 nuggetnoggin
Thanks to www.GOLDSUPPLIES.com for the discount on my new equipment!!! Visiting my family's secret gold location in Alaska. See how to recover flakes and small gold nuggets quickly without spending lots of money on equipment. Fun for all ages. Please obey all laws and Safety First
Views: 22272 Jay Morstand
Metal Detecting an Old Train Stop. It was a great time and a little frustrating on occasion but it was nice to visit with family and friends. So even though I didn't find physical treasure, family time was all the treasure a person can need or want. This is my last video from Idaho. I hope you enjoy the video even though there wasn't any eye dropping finds. As we all know the metal detector gods give and they also take away. For this video I used: AT Max Bundle https://amzn.to/2NG9oqf Pinpointer https://amzn.to/2ow6Qjv Digger https://amzn.to/2NFJHG9 511 Tactical Pants https://amzn.to/2Ccl177 Camelback https://amzn.to/2PHx0ex Sony HDR-CX405 https://amzn.to/2PxPRJf Iphone Also check out www.japantreasurehunters.com I look forward to doing another in Japan. Thank you to all the new subscribers and all the viewers! I couldn't do it without you.
Views: 670 Japan Treasure Hunters
The IXL is a large and important deposit in Arizona's WAllapai Mining District. The mine has a good history as a gold and silver producer, gold likely being more prevalent, as much of the silver has been discarded in the waste dumps. There is at least 1500' of underground workings. The portals and drifts will need some clearing. The mine appears to be a large shaft intercepting at least one major drift level 20- 25 feet below the entrance. There is a large set of foundations likely used for winches, compressors, and boilers at the mine. Many mines in this area are huge gold producers and can be worth quite a bit. This claim could be equally as important for a fraction of the price.
Views: 989 Gold Rush Expeditions, Inc.