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  • Gold Prospecting on the North Saskatchewan River

    2017-09-18· Get Yourself a set of Gold Pans here amzn.to/2yiHJnX Today Trevor and I are heading out to prospectors point near Devon Alberta to prospect for Gold o...

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  • Gold Prospecting On The North Saskatchewan River

    2019-11-02· This trip I go out on NSR to capture some gold.. I did some prospecting and this spot showed the most colors from my previous test video.. check it out. http...

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  • Sluicing North Saskatchewan River for gold YouTube

    2010-11-15· Prospecting for gold, on the North Saskatchewan River near Edmonton! Edmonton has a rich history of gold mining, used to be a time when a man could do an oun...

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  • Gold Prospecting North Saskatchewan River YouTube

    2012-03-02· I think it is time for someone to give some facts on the North Sask. River. So here it goes, the gold on this river is dispersed over a large area. In my yea...

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  • Gold Prospecting North Saskatchewan River YouTube

    2018-09-16· Sorry I drop a F bomb at 1:05 lol. Had a blast washing rocks with Jason, Kurtis and Jordan but the solo trips are always best results hahaha. Total dig time

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  • Gold Prospecting on the North Saskatchewan River

    2016-03-31· DIY sluice & washer box using Gold Hog mats

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  • The Lure of Gold in Alberta’s History: Part I RETROactive

    2018-11-27· Most gold found in Alberta is ‘placer’ gold’ surface deposits that occur in the gravel bars of many of the province’s rivers and streams the heaviest concentrations occurring in the North Saskatchewan River around Edmonton. The earliest methods of mining were done by hand with pick and pan. Gold, having a relative weight greater than neighbouring sand and gravels, can be

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  • Edmonton’s River Valley: The Glitter of the Gold Rush

    2016-07-28· Although there are no nuggets to be found in the North Saskatchewan River, recreational miners can still be found panning for gold along the gravels bars in Edmonton’s river valley. Gold mining activity in the Edmonton area peaked between 1895 and 1897. It’s estimated that over 300 miners arrived to work the sand bars along a 100 km stretch of the river upstream and downstream of

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  • Panning for gold in Edmonton's North Saskatchewan

    Prospectors have been searching for gold in the river systems of north-central Alberta since the mid-1800s. According to legend, the local gold rush began in the spring of 1859 when James Hector

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  • The Lure of Gold in Alberta’s History: Part I RETROactive

    2018-11-27· Most gold found in Alberta is ‘placer’ gold’ surface deposits that occur in the gravel bars of many of the province’s rivers and streams the heaviest concentrations occurring in the North Saskatchewan River around Edmonton. The earliest methods of mining were done by hand with pick and pan. Gold, having a relative weight greater than neighbouring sand and gravels, can be

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  • Edmonton paddler discovers 65-million-year-old tree

    Lees and a friend were paddling on the North Saskatchewan River in October when nature called. As they pulled their canoes onto the bank, something caught Lees's eye. A video of the encounter

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  • gold mining north saskatchewan river youtube

    Incredible gold in North Saskatchewan River sluice YouTube. Out with Chris on the North Saskatchewan River sluicing. This is the gold in Chris' sluice, much nicer than the gold I found in my sluice. Panning for gold in Edmonton's North Saskatchewan River. Robin Rosborough has been panning for gold along the North Saskatchewan River for 33 years

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  • Edmonton’s River Valley: The Glitter of the Gold Rush

    2016-07-28· Although there are no nuggets to be found in the North Saskatchewan River, recreational miners can still be found panning for gold along the gravels bars in Edmonton’s river valley. Gold mining activity in the Edmonton area peaked between 1895 and 1897. It’s estimated that over 300 miners arrived to work the sand bars along a 100 km stretch of the river upstream and downstream of

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  • Is There Gold In The North Saskatchewan River?

    Is There Gold In The North Saskatchewan River? So this week I had several people ask me if there is really gold in the NSR? I said "Yes" gold and more. The river is as source of so many interesting items. Remember when you were a small child and every rock you found was pretty and interesting? There are beautiful stones in the river

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  • SSR Mining

    High Grade Underground Mine. Seabee is located in Northern Saskatchewan, Canada approximately 125 kilometers northeast of the town of La Ronge. The Santoy underground mine has been in continuous commercial production since 2014. Commercial production at the Seabee underground mine commenced in 1991 and exhausted Mineral Resources in 2018. All ore is processed at the Seabee

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  • Placer Gold Panning in Alberta Rivers

    2015-05-03· Also the Athabasca River and North Saskatchewan River will both produce fine placer gold deposits and are great areas for Edmonton prospectors to explore. These minor gold occurrences prompted a gold rush of sorts as prospectors and miners believed that the small deposits found in the rivers must be eroding from a large and more economically viable deposit somewhere in the area.

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  • Gold Prospecting in Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba

    Some of the rivers that produced the best gold include the Peace River, Smoky River, the Athabasca and North Saskatchewan Rivers. These minor gold findings prompted a gold rush of sorts as prospectors and miners believed that the small deposits found in the rivers were the result of the erosion of a much larger, and more profitable, deposit somewhere in the area. The exaggerated tales of giant

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  • The Lost Lemon Mine Mystery Mysteries of Canada

    2014-10-31· It was back in 1870 or so, when a group of prospectors came into Canada, from Montana, to search for gold along the North Saskatchewan River. Two of their number, Lemon and Blackjack, decided to strike out on their own, and left the group to explore the southwestern foothills of Alberta. Lost Lemon Mine Mystery. The two adventurers followed up the river spotting small pieces of gold. In an

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