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    ch
    Oct 2012
    Switzerland
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    Prospecting in a swiss creek.... watch out

    hy guys

    i was a few days ago for digging in a swiss small creek.... hope you enjoy...

    regards


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    Just Another Old Guy

    Feb 2008
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    That does it......I'm moving to Switzerland.
    NeoTokyo likes this.
    I'm a drinker with a heavy prospecting problem and I'm out of dirt again

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    us
    Mar 2015
    Mississippi
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    Can you post any still pictures? I can't view videos. My Grandparents are buried in Bern. I'd love to see your area.

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    Nice day, what area are you in. We have a little plot near Brusio, not the best place and permits do not open until the end of the month. My wife got the land left to her by her grandfather about 15 years ago and she was just going to sell it until we checked a bach in the area. Almost spent Christmas there this year but we ended up going to Austria because of the very warm winter, and Einach Bach puts out pretty good, so we spent Christmas day in the bach there. But we will end up in Brusio again this year, just ours is much more fine than what you are getting. You ever get any really good pickers or even nuggets?
    Quote Originally Posted by G.I.B. View Post
    I'm not an Idiot Whisperer. I can't help you any further with the math.

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    2nd time I've clicked on this - I, too, cannot view videos. Have a very limited data cap.

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    Now if you could only get a dredge in there to do some serious work! Nothing to big....maybe a 6 or a 8 incher to start!

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    Gbonus Uralias

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    Very nice gold!
    I love the camera angles you use too!
    Very cool

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    May 2013
    The Golden State
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    Great video!
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    I am a teacher, hydrologist, biologist and a prospector.

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    us
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    I started to ask why in the world would you go to Switzerland and pan? It is a gorgeous country and you'd pass up St. Moritz for freezing in a montain stream? Then I saw YOU were Swiss and I understood. Great job...
    Last edited by austin; May 15, 2016 at 03:34 AM.

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    us
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    Wow, I love your video. Made the comments above before I watched it. One of the finest videos I have ever seen and obviously more than panning. You found enough gold there for a week in San Moritz, and a tour of Zurich and Geneva with meals included. Congratulations gold miners...
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    Quote Originally Posted by russau View Post
    Now if you could only get a dredge in there to do some serious work! Nothing to big....maybe a 6 or a 8 incher to start!
    Yeah, if only.
    Quote Originally Posted by G.I.B. View Post
    I'm not an Idiot Whisperer. I can't help you any further with the math.

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    Dec 2015
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    Hi Nevermore...

    Where do you go? I live near Zurich... and go regularly..
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    Hi could some of the experts please identify this rock, and is it possible that it could contain gold ?Click image for larger version. 

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    ch
    Oct 2012
    Switzerland
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    thanks a lot for your nice comments
    Here some still pictures....
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    what you see is in max. pickers... nuggets are there very rarely but its not impossible to found one...

    the river is named "Grosse Fontanne"....

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    Nice comments? You don't get no "nice" comments, you jerk! DANG!! Those are some purdy pics!! I hate you!

    Seriously, looks like a very beautiful area. I really am envious! ...Never really had much inclination to visit Switzerland, as it was always a popular place to go in the old movies - lots of tourists and all. Ok, now I wanna go!
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