About: RECREATIONAL GOLD MINING !!!! What Equipment To Use. Ask Jeff Wlliams
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Hey Jeff...I know this is one of your older videos so if you have addressed this question in another newer video, I apologize...is the equipment in the video able to be used under casual use rules?
I can't seem to find that Miller table anywhere, where did you get yours?
Hey Jeff, have you ever prospected in the wintertime in areas where water was scarce in the summer? We have that problem here in the Klamath mountains of California. The water is there but you have to dig for it, which nobody wants to do. One guy in Alaska wears jeans over his drysuit to protect them from abrasion. What would you need to work in the wintertime in northern California and Arizona?
Hi jeff , i have just started to do some mining in guyana i need some professional advise can you help or do you have anyone who can advise me on the best way forward , thanks
I thought you were the only crazy, but I was wrong there are many more jajajajaja
gold is a vice congratulations crazy people happy and very happy
Howdy Buckskin Joe!
Ever prospect for Gold in Sand?
wow great video Jeff it actually made my day!!!
because you're awesome I thought I would buy you a cup of coffee
the guy with the beard looks like tom hanks!!
Howdy, Jeff, Slim & Crew!
Do ya ever sign up and win "panning" competitions?
can kids go on tours?
Happy New Year for 2016
Stay safe and keep well Jeff
looksl ike fun on a bun
You guys are so much fun! I would love to stumble upon your crew and serve all of you guys a Super Suz snack out of my camper van. See you out there one day if I'm lucky.
Everything a person needs to get started, except mabe the 8 ply tires to get in the field's.
Jeff and Slim, how about a video of how rough it can be getting to the claims.
Often in wilderness, you vehicle is your life line. If it fails, you're not getting any gold
i tried few areas in las vegas, didn't find a thing. Gold must be in the mountains. other than tons of gravel and sand didn't find anything. But i discovered something cool like getting a fine sand for aquarium. It only costs you $30 for 2 classifiers and maybe 20 min to collect a fine sand not too big not to small. Excellent substrate for aquarium plants. And you don't have to spend $100 to buy a sand from aquarium shop.
Jeff your videos crack me up keep making them haha