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    I was thinking of heading there next week with my son and nephew ( 18 & 17 ) next week. I have a 10" X 51" sluce I will be taking. Anyone have any experence or tips they would like to share. I have been out of the loop for a long time and would appreciate any info thanks

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    I was thinking of heading there next week with my son and nephew ( 18 & 17 ) next week. I have a 10" X 51" sluice I will be taking. Anyone have any experience or tips they would like to share. I have been out of the loop for a long time and would appreciate any info thanks
    I have a lot of time on crow and this is what I can tell ya. Go to area #1 look up steam 150ft or so ( go just past the large tailing pile on the opposite side of the creek) and start digging in the bank. You will need at least hip boots to get across. You want to find the "BLUE/GREY" layer, once you find that dig down to the clay bottom, usually about 28"-36" from the surface, that last 12" is pay dirt. You will find gold (flood gold) on top but your wasting valuable time running that material, stick to the pay dirt. On that size of sluice you want to have about 2" drop from the header to the end and should have about 1" free board of water. It is best if you have a screen or classifier to get the material down to 1/2" minus, that will run the best in that size sluice. Good luck to you and have fun!

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    AKDSLDOG , Thanks for the info we do have a couple of 1/2" classifiers we will bring. I was wondering about how much drop for the box I'll give it a try Thanks again

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