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    Rogue River Dredging?

    Anybody on here ever dredge the rogue river in Oregon? If so, how well did you do? Been trying to decide whether to build a dredge for the rogue or my claim. I'd really like to try out the rogue but am wondering if its mostly been picked clean.

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    Mar 2011
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    Quote Originally Posted by oragonads View Post
    Anybody on here ever dredge the rogue river in Oregon? If so, how well did you do? Been trying to decide whether to build a dredge for the rogue or my claim. I'd really like to try out the rogue but am wondering if its mostly been picked clean.
    I use to live on the rogue river in gold hill use to walk down to the river as it whas in my back yard there is good gold on the river i mined right there off my back yard ddone relly good. the gold is bigger there exp out in the middle areas of the river very little overburdan usely a foot are so to hard pan are bed rock.
    it is deffantley worth dreadging.


    RANGER31

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    While RVing at Stanton, AZ, last year, I talked to a person that regularly works the Rogue. She says a very good place for color. She did not get very specific as to exact locations but she expressed that the river was a good place to work. TTC
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    Apr 2012
    Montague. Calif
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    just got my 700PM permit today for the Rogue around gold hill
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    4" max on the dredge nozzle and it has to be welded, they check papers and nozzle's on a regular basis.

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    The cancer from the klamath has spread it's tentacles to over 21 miles of the Rogue river as "theirs" and all others excluded--John ps please don't shoot the messenger

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    Apr 2012
    Montague. Calif
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    my nozzel I.D. is 4".....the ring (which i just re-welded to make sure there were no gaps what-so-ever) measures 3 13/16. there ain't a damn thing they can do...I am 100% within the letter of the law
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    The State has different regs than DEQ and Fed ground, the Rogue is state land.

 

 

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