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  1. Great point Hoser John. I have always done my best to stay off claims. When I get ready to go backpacking this year I will have to pick all your brains.
  2. Thanks for the replies. I have called Sacramento a few times and paid for up to date information on interesting areas. It is a bit of a hassle but not impossible. I may try those blm open areas this coming year but I hate being around people. l would rather sample the gravels well away from any claims, up side tributaries or bring samples down from a ridge to pan out. It is hard to prospect on your own when all the land is claimed up.
  3. I was surfing the internet under "panning for gold in the Trinity National Forest" and the site I found said it was ok to pan the gravel bars anywhere in the Trinity National Forest. I assume they mean anywhere there isn't a mining claim?
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