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    Gold Bar Pay dirt Suppliers?

    I would like to practice panning certified gold using bought paydirt. Any threads out there someone can recommend? Or any recommended suppliers? Thanks!
    ~Danjah

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    Certified gold? Don’t know what that is. Are you wanting to KNOW there is a certain amount of gold added?
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    I like Dirt Hoggs paydirt.. nice amount of gold and plenty of fines .. can be a real challenge for a rookie panner.... I get bags for dad to practice with.
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    these guys have pretty good reviews but you'll still lose at least $250 on the 1 ozt bucket.....

    https://www.paydirtshop.com/collecti...-gallon-bucket
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    Don't bother with paydirt if you're just wanting to practice with getting the gold for panning. All of them put less gold than you could buy, so buy gold flakes instead and mix it with some sand from Home Depot/Lowes. In fact try buying some of that sand too, depending on your area some of those sandbags can even have gold in it.

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    Dec 2019
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    i was given a couple bags for christmas that were from Gold Hog. I loved them and they had decent gold as well as some gemstones.
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    Yes, I just meant paydirt known to contain actual gold. I dug up lots of Mica in my yard and now need the experience and practice with real gold.
    ~Danjah

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    @firebird: that video was seriously entertaining! I need to go to Home Depot for lumber this week anyway, lol �� This guy had me actually laughing out loud, but also definitely intrigued. Thanks for sharing!
    ~Danjah

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    Aug 2015
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    Check out Roaring Camp "Dirt of the Month" Club. I swear by their pans too. www.roaringcampgold.com
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  12. #12
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    May 2011
    tujunga ca
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    just buy some gold and mix it with some dirt,so you are not paying to ship dirt.i understand its good to test with real gold,so just buy the real gold.
    brad
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