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    F&G definition is no longer valid as I understand it, as defined in the trailer bill submitted with the new budget. No more work arounds....
    "The most inspiring thing about gold, is not the value, but under magnification, the true beauty of each piece. They are truly like snowflakes that never melt." Oakview2

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    Yes i'm in fresno I haven't heard updates for awhile on squaws leap but last year they stopped all motorized equipment, we used to dredge highbank whatever down there then enviro friendly BLM bi%*)ch ranger came along and made sure she stopped it all, and theres decent gold but just go down below millerton lake ( broken bridge area ) guess what YOU CAN HIGH BANK THERE the parks dept. is allowing it and theres small but decent gold down there lots of folks digging on weekends.

    Hey you guys know anyone with property who has finegold creek running threw? thats up in your area

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    We are working on 600 acres piece that Finegold runs through, but not quite there yet.... My son has been prospecting broken bridge all summer as his summer job. Lots of fines between 50 and 100 mesh. Most prevelant is minus 70's. Takes a lot of pieces to make much though.... Did you used to post on this board as flyspeakau. Used to be someone with a similar avatar that used to post some nice pictures of dredging on the San Joaquin.... Best of luck in all your quests...

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    yep that was me i forgot about that I.D I may have run across your son talked with a few guys down there, may get high banker in there next week if i can get some air from work. The gold is bigger up on squaws leap i can tell you right where to go there to get some good gold even wire gold and the flakes are alot bigger. Get that finegold creek if you can I found pickers down by the bridge a few years back, where the road kinda S's as your going toward north fork never got back to finish dredging the bank i was in, water drys up fast on that creek. My youtube site is here I haven't done much mining last few years .

    My videos - YouTube

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    Loved the videos, but had a hard time trying to figure out what appears to be some local sites. The mine photos appear to be the mine on the Madera side of Millerton opposite the Sullivan mine And the hydraullic pits, are those at Temperance flats.... Would love any insight on the highbanking the San Joaquin. Is the area below the powerhouse all claimed up by dredgers, or is that BLM, and if so is this a rougue officer making a field judgement on motorized highbanking or perhaps a call to the BLM office can clear it up. Thanks in advance, and once again enjoyed the videos......
    "The most inspiring thing about gold, is not the value, but under magnification, the true beauty of each piece. They are truly like snowflakes that never melt." Oakview2

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    You can high bank below the Friant bridge, below millerton damn no claims there, where the old broken parts of bridge are standing still, instream or you must have a holding area for water if your up on the bank. San Joaquin is claimed up from Reddinger to Kerkoff or vice versa no motorized equipment to sluice is allowed anymore no highbanking they shut it down best they could forestry rangers up there SUCK there totally against us up there enviro rangers so watch out.

    recent mine photos are hunters valley road in bear valley west of mariposa , hydraulic area is McClure lake going towards coulterville, found my first nugget up there metal detecting in hydraulic area.

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    Our club has some claims past coulterville, so we drive by McClure often,and the water is way down up there. Thanks for the info and the videos and best of luck.
    "The most inspiring thing about gold, is not the value, but under magnification, the true beauty of each piece. They are truly like snowflakes that never melt." Oakview2

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    You in coursegold club?

    I have to make a correction, squaws leap is BLM i forgot bakersfield office head ranger lady is a PAIN A..

    McClure lake area is the last entrance into the lake back there i forget the name, Barrett cove i think, go check it out its quite something to see when the lakes down enough,

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    Yes, pretty good folks in the club. Went with my son today at broken bridge, lots of color, have not cleaned it up but lots of concentrates. Hope to get some photos of the hydraulic fields in the future..
    "The most inspiring thing about gold, is not the value, but under magnification, the true beauty of each piece. They are truly like snowflakes that never melt." Oakview2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oakview2 View Post
    Yes, pretty good folks in the club. Went with my son today at broken bridge, lots of color, have not cleaned it up but lots of concentrates. Hope to get some photos of the hydraulic fields in the future..


    man i hope you guys found a shady spot it was flamin HOT yesterday

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    No shade for the wicked or the weary, It was blazin hot
    "The most inspiring thing about gold, is not the value, but under magnification, the true beauty of each piece. They are truly like snowflakes that never melt." Oakview2

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    Hoter than LL,humidity tropical and SMOKE beyond belief ran me offa my claims a coughing and a cussing. Insane FS thought they'd just let it burn for awhile-AHOLES as now 1,000's a acres and outta control all from a CONTROLLED burn-ya right--John

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    Why would anybody be trying a controlled burn this time of year. I guess all common sense has left this agency
    "The most inspiring thing about gold, is not the value, but under magnification, the true beauty of each piece. They are truly like snowflakes that never melt." Oakview2

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    I have traveled and prospected in the great state of CA. Yes that is correct, I said great from a geographical and nature standpoint. Unfortunately, some of the people and their political stances toward prospecting, hunting, fishing, etc sucks.
    There seems to be four distinct groups of people out there.
    1. Prospectors/Hunters Etc. = Hard working People that enjoy and actually use the outdoors. Tend to vote Conservative for the freedom.
    2. Homeless = I found that many of them have selected their lifes style and really do not like to work. Tend to vote liberal for the handouts.
    3. Illeagals = Nuff Said. Tend to vote liberal for the handouts and anti-deportation stance.
    4. Liberals = Old hippies, enviromental wackys, marxist, communist, socialist types, that works predominately in education and government. Always vote Democrat.
    Number one is far out-numbered by 2, 3 & 4, which has resulted in number one's lost of the freedom to farm, ranch, prospect or mine for gold.
    Last edited by GrayCloud; Aug 17, 2012 at 01:51 PM.

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    i just got word the in Oregon the blm/state patrol/and local sheriff are citing/harrassing claim owners and if you dont provide ID theyll arrest you! it maybe a good idea if your up there to carry a copy of your claim papers with you to stop this harrassment! and the blm/fs is insisting a 14 day max. limit on your camping even if your a claim owner!

 

 
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