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    Roadrunner Prospecting Club claims question

    Anyone know what type (placer, fines, hard rock etc) of Au is on Vulture Mine claims?

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    Placer Claims. They have gold on them. I recommend the Rich Hill "Cat Claw" claim. Good Luck!
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    Thanks Terry.

    I'll check out Cat Claw maybe this week.
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    So, I went out there this morning after my post (wild hair).

    ROUGH ride once you leave washboard road. 4x4 REQUIRED.

    Spent 3 hours climbing over BOULDERS and dodging cactus.

    Lots of finds:
    RUST (all kinds of rusty bits, cans, and what I suspect is pieces of some rust bucket vehicles plus weird wire brush bristles EVERYWHERE)

    Lead (bullets and tire weights)

    BEER cans galore

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    Sorry to hear that. Keep at it!
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    There's a bunch in Weaver Creek also, some nice spots and the access from the Powerline Road side isn't too bad either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoydBros View Post
    So, I went out there this morning after my post (wild hair).

    ROUGH ride once you leave washboard road. 4x4 REQUIRED.

    Spent 3 hours climbing over BOULDERS and dodging cactus.




    Lots of finds:
    RUST (all kinds of rusty bits, cans, and what I suspect is pieces of some rust bucket vehicles plus weird wire brush bristles EVERYWHERE)

    Lead (bullets and tire weights)

    BEER cans galore
    because some dimwits use wire brushes to clean out cracks.

    It is very frustrating.
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