The 20th annual event sponsored by the Yellowstone River Prospecting Club happens every Memorial Day which is open to anyone and is a huge success to learn the ins and outs of prospecting. It's a
must on everyone's list.
Due to unforeseen circumstances we were not able to attend the GPAA Burnt River Dig. Local residents, Ed & Michelle Klein, went and are willing to give us a report and pictures. Will post when
materials are received upon their return.
Two part scenario: some went to the Blackfoot Chapter meeting and some went panning for gold. Anyone is welcome, just sign up and you can pan on any one of the 3 claims there.
See last years outings for important details.
Due to car trouble a trip to Cooke City was shortened to a trip to White Sulphur Springs in order to get a video of solar powered equipment. Roadside prospecting was
acomplished on the return trip to Great Falls.
Searching for crystals can be on any mountainside in Montana because they are everywhere. But this is a profitable place to try with expanded information about crystals and
hints of other places to try.
We went for one thing and found a whole lot more. The Recreational Gold Panning Area was a small feature compared to the Northwest Gold Prospectors Club's elaborate prospecting
operation. Check out our videos.
Teaming your prospecting plans with specialty statewide events helps maximize the fun and adventure. Central
Montana is host to a plethora of places to dip your pan into a river such as the Middle Fork of the Judith for you to come up with gold or silver in your pan.
Even though gold can be drawing you out of your house to the wilds of Montana, when there is the first snow fall of the season you'd rather stay at home by the fire and process
your gravel in the garage. We will keep you posted if we found gold in our Lincoln gravel.
Here's the Schedule We Followed
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