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Pulse Blanket Detection Finds Gold For Dredging

Pulse Blanket Antenna Detection Finds Gold For Dredging

Pulse Blanket Antenna Detection Finds Gold For Dredging in the Rogue River located in Southern Oregon. It is known to have shallow gravel deposits and some very rich gold pockets. The Rogue is very fast moving so Wayne our Jet Ski operator had to watch where the blanket was in relation to the jet ski so we did not flip the blanket. Chris was one the back checking the readings on the SSP-2100.

Pulse Blanket Gold Dredging Video in Oregon On The Rogue River! Gold was detected with Pulse Induction Metal Detector and a Blanket Antenna attached to a jet ski. While scanning the river they located some high grade gold pockets and then dredged the area and filled their pan with gold. It’s all seen in this here, “Pulse Blanket Gold Dredging Video!”

That area of the Rogue River is right below a few mines and it is thought that the gold veins in quartz run right through the river. Quartz can be seen under the water and we even saw a quartz outcropping right on the shore.

Gold Panned From The Rogue River

The Rogue River As Seen From Google Earth

When Chris and Wayne passed through the area shown above they receive two strong 7 readings on the SSP-2100 pulse induction metal detector.

Once the targets have been located, the next step was to get the dredge into place. On the fast moving Rogue this is easier said than done but Chris and Max (our dredge diver) have experience in negotiating the fast moving water, get the dredge into place and tying it off to prevent the dredge from ending up on the bottom of the river.

Once the dredge in place the next challenge is to make sure Max is not carried away on the fast current. One hundred pounds was not enough weight to keep Max in place so we upped the overall weight to 150 pounds. The magnetite was thick on the bottom and Chris had to work to keep the sluice from loading up to heavily. If left unchecked the magnetite can create a situation where the gold runs right over the sluice trap.  Chris was able to see some pennyweight size pickers in the sluice and we knew the day was going to be successful.

Blanket Antenna Pulled By Waverunner Finds Gold Blanket Antenna Floating In Water Detecting Gold dredge Working In Rogue River Locating Gold

When Chris and Wayne passed through the area shown above they receive two strong 7 readings on the SSP-2100 pulse induction metal detector.

Once the targets have been located, the next step was to get the dredge into place. On the fast moving Rogue this is easier said than done but Chris and Max (our dredge diver) have experience in negotiating the fast moving water, get the dredge into place and tying it off to prevent the dredge from ending up on the bottom of the river.

Once the dredge in place the next challenge is to make sure Max is not carried away on the fast current. One hundred pounds was not enough weight to keep Max in place so we upped the overall weight to 150 pounds. The magnetite was thick on the bottom and Chris had to work to keep the sluice from loading up to heavily. If left unchecked the magnetite can create a situation where the gold runs right over the sluice trap.  Chris was able to see some pennyweight size pickers in the sluice and we knew the day was going to be successful.

After several hours of moving boulders under water Max was able to run  quite a bit of material through the dredge. Max was tired from fighting the Rogue's current and moving boulders so we decided the clean up. Cleaning up the miners moss takes some actual skill if you are not using a concentrate table. Chris was able to wash out the miners moss and put it in a large bucket that was used to load up a gold pan. After a few minutes of shaking and rotating the pan we saw all the color. Not a bad take for a half days work.

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