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Grizzly Gold Trap vs Gold Hog stream sluice
post Mar 11 2018, 06:17 PM
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I was referring to the drop riffles like the foreman model and those bigger ones. The rocks will slide right down those but avoid the raised riffles like the gold hog style. The drop riffles protect the gold much better and are smoother for rocks to roll down. Raised riffles can collect rocks easier. Sluice boxes have taken big leaps since molded plastic is more widely used.

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post Mar 12 2018, 09:18 AM
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Only their two smallest sluices don't have crossbars. the rest, like the Foreman do. Only around an inch clearance, so working them unclassified isn't an option.
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