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4TH. of july hunt in the little rocky mts.

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Well i got out for a weekend up north were i go to do some dredging but this trip out i just took my gold bug pro and my sniping tools and worked some of the exposed bedrock and small side draneges on the creek, not alot of gold but i had the area to myself since everybody was down in town for the holiday.The biggest piece came in at 4gn. and the whole lot totaled out at 16gn. post-36463-0-66873900-1404771610_thumb.jpgpost-36463-0-92883500-1404771639_thumb.jpg Some of the side dranages that i wanted to try out run accross the hillsides at a 45 degree angle to the face of the canyon wallspost-36463-0-86798500-1404772053_thumb.jpgpost-36463-0-83625600-1404772073_thumb.jpg instead of coming right down the face these seemed like better place to find some gold as the sides of the canyon walls are really quite steep. It was'nt one of those trips to find alot but to do something a bit differant then what i go up there for which is to dredge and i have allways wanted to look into some of the places no one else wants to go up so in all it was a good weekend out in the woodspost-36463-0-89657200-1404772338_thumb.jpgpost-36463-0-72449000-1404772364_thumb.jpgpost-36463-0-53469100-1404772411_thumb.jpg

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That's nothing to sneeze at. Nice and quiet and all alone with nice gold. Don't get much better. Good job.

Dan

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WTG Beatup ... great tuneup for your future trip to AZ! :) Mike F

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Mike it looks like i am going to get the opertunity to go detecing on the wyoming side of the black hills on some property that supposed to have not been prospected since the turn of the century, were are going to take a dredge too if we can get some good amounts of color working the creek and benches, going down the end of july if we do real well we will split 60-40 with the land owner, see you this winter.

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