Gold panning & Gold sniping, Fun after the GPAA Gold show…
Here’s the video about our Gold panning & sniping demonstration after GPAA gold show. Remember last post I said that after the rain cleared we left the GPAA gold show for a gold panning and sniping test of our new Keene 14″ gold pan and Gold-n-Sand sniping tool. Had a great time trying out the gold panning gear even if the day was very short. That’s gold panning at it’s best. keep it simple get in and get out after selecting a good gold sampling location.
One of our favorite local prospecting sites is the East fork of the San Gabriel river not too far from the Pomona, California GPAA gold show. So we took advantage of the opportunity to do two field trips in one outing, gold show followed by a gold panning and sniping expedition. Join us for the fun and watch the video below…
Having a fun time gold panning is a big part of what you want when you’re out hunting for placers. Keep in mind that the goal of efficient gold panning is to quickly find the pay streak and evaluate what steps to do next. You’ll need a different type of gold panning video, one that connects your panning to the process of finding the gold pay streak. Learn more about our unique gold panning video at this link: Gold Panning for the Paystreak to find more about our effective gold panning process that helps you locate more gold faster than ever.
Glad you joined us for another prospecting adventure using our gold panning skills and a new gold sniping tool. Next we’re going back to the drawing board to take a closer look at just how placer paystreaks form in rivers, mountains (yes placer gold on mountains & hillsides) and valleys.
P.S. Link – If you want to see more about gold panning & crevicing with the the gold-n-sand sniping tool.
Mickey Reitterer says
Jess, since this video have you used the gold -sand anymore? If so how did it work out with your experince.
do you think i sould digg deeper cuzz im just finding that gold on top
i found a spot that gives about 60 to 70 little micro gold per pan is that a good spot ? or do you think i sould go look some were diffrent let me know plez thanks
going deep is so true, especially at the east fork.always being careful NOT to under cut any trees. you tubes ronman538 and i have been working about 1 mile up stream in a big hole 3 feet below the surface. along the bench..that gold n sand sucker will do real nicely there.guys have been finding good gold the deeper down you go… that’s the key..