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I know of a few 20 acre unpatented mining claims in Oregon at this time that I can set you up with for $2,000 each. Call for details.
If you would like information about any of the claims you should really call him as he is not around a computer much and is not a text kind of person. The number is 541-670-3938.
Below you will see the photo's of a 40 acre claim on the East Fork Illinois River just outside of Cave Junction, Oregon in Jackson county in the Waldo mining district. There are very claims on this river as most of the land is privately owned. This claim offers close to a half mile of the East Fork River. One of the curves does walk outside of the claim and then re-enters the claim. The claim has good dirt road access. You will travel on dirt road roughly 1/2 mile to be on the claim. The claim is located behind a locked BLM gate which the new owner will be able to get a key to which I provided a photo of the gate. The gate is actually the beginning of the claim and from the gate you will travel about 1/2 to the end of the claim. There is a couple spots to park campers and RV's off to the side of this road. The river is roughly 300 to 400 feet from the road on pretty good flat land. There is a few decent trails going to the river from this road. While you are walking or ATV'ing back and forth on these trails you will be walking over old gold bearing river bed gravels with some good size timber growing on top, so you know this is virgin ground with gold in it and lots of gold. One of the photo's you will notice old river bed gravels where the river has cut through it over the years. I have dredged on this claim and the claim above it and got some very nice gold. A lot of your sample pans will average 25 to 45 specks of gold with an occasional nice little piece or two right on top. You will run into false bedrock/hard pan and you will pick up some nice pieces of gold right on that. When you bust through that and go down to bedrock this is where you will be getting some really nice gold. This claim is for sale for $12,000. The new owners will be happy and like this claim.
Also have claims:
Two 40 acre claims on Glade Creek, Jackson County Oregon, $4,000 each.
Two claims on Kinney Creek roughly 35 acres each, Jackson County Oregon, $3,500 each.
Four 40 acre claims on Silver Creek just outside of the town of Sumpter, Oregon, $4,000 each.
Two 160 acre claims on Sturgis Creek in Josephine County Oregon, $8,500 each.
The photo's you see below are of two 20 acre unpatented mining claims on West Fork Cow Creek located and recorded in Douglas County, Oregon.
The water is quite high in the photo's due to some heavy rain. If you would like to purchase or have questions about these claims call 541-670-3938. If you are a serious potential buyer I strongly suggest you make a phone call rather than text or e-mail. He is not much into computers, so voice to voice on the phone is the best way to make contact.
These claims are roughly 27 miles from the exit 103 on I-5 freeway. This is how you get to the claims. Take the I-5 exit that heads west towards Riddle, Oregon and follow that road 25.4 miles and you will come to a bridge. On the bridge it is painted "West Fork" and you will need to turn right and go over the bridge and cross the railroad tracks and you will then travel 2.7 miles and you will come to the first claim. You will identify the claims by the 2 ft. by 2 ft. white signs nailed to the trees that read Claim No Mining along with the ORMC numbers. Each of these claims are 660 ft. wide by 1,320 ft. long. Each claim gives you a quarter mile of creek to prospect. You will find one of these signs on the east and west ends of each of these claims marking the boundaries. There are two 20 acre claims here that abut one another. The claims are $3,000 each or $5,000 for both. There is lots of exposed bedrock in and out of the creek here on these claims. You will see the creek sets down in a semi-steep narrow ravine. The creek is within 100 to 200 ft. from the asphalt road that follows the creek on these claims. There is a couple spots just off the road where you can park a camper or small RV on these claims. There is nice big camping area just past these claims where there is room for lots of RV's of any size. West Fork Cow Creek is one of the main tributary feeders to Cow Creek.