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Thread: Bazooka Gold Trap Sluices introduce new options for their line of sluices!

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    Bazooka Gold Trap Sluices introduce new options for their line of sluices!

    The Original Bazooka Gold Trap Sluice Box - Bazooka Gold Company - Coloma California

    New Sizes & Options for the Bazooka Gold Trap line of sluice boxes - Now you can choose between 30", 36", & 48" lengths on the Prospector and Miner models. On the 30" & 36" Prospectors you have the choice between Regular or Big Grizzlies, and you can choose between Regular & Heavy Weight on all the Prospector models.


    • No Classifying!
    • Catches fine gold
    • No mat or riffles
    • No assembly or disassembly required
    • No moving parts to break or lose
    • Final clean-up is fast & simple
    • Easy to operate!
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    May 2013
    The Golden State
    Whites Goldmaster V/SAT. VibraProbe. Bazooka 48" Prospector Sluice. Shorts. Chickens + Goats + Goldhounds. 35' Chris Craft Caribbean motorsailer. FISH OIL + BURLAP
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    us
    Author of a book about finding gold in Colorado

    Jan 2012
    Summit County, Colorado
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    Hmm that photo kinda sucks...sorry.
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    Feb 2013
    Arvada, CO
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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinInColorado View Post
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    Hmm that photo kinda sucks...sorry.
    Kevin,

    Have you had any luck on Ralston Creek west of Arvada going up toward the foothills?

    I don't expect you to give away any of your favorite spots, just wondering if you've worked that area.

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    us
    Author of a book about finding gold in Colorado

    Jan 2012
    Summit County, Colorado
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    Ralston Creek down near the confluence with Clear Creek is ok gold and that's where Lewis Ralston first discovered gold in June 1850. He pulled 1/4 ounce but left after one day to continue to California's mother lode country. I've also heard good reports at the 58th Ave bridge and above the dam. I've not tried up stream into the foothills although I have done some research on potential spots to try up there. The lower part of Ralston has quite a bit of glass in the creek so bring gloves and a trash bag/pail if you go. The county and the city are welcoming to prospectors (manual tools only as usual in metro-Denver) and you can use the Jefferson County Assessor's website to find public land along the creek ( that's my 'secret' to finding places I can explore with my pan in town!)...then look on Google Earth or similar to look at the stream to find likely bends and bars. Ps here's a better pic of my bgt Prospector in action: Click image for larger version. 

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    us
    Feb 2013
    Arvada, CO
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    Thanks Kevin. Really appreciate the feedback.

 

 

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