FRASER RIVER GOLD CLAIMS FOR SALE.

Fraser River Gold Claims For Sale

Fraser River Placer Claims



The Fraser River, from Chilliwack to its more northern extremity, and many of its tributaries, are historically known to have produced considerable gold and platinum throughout its mining history. However, in earlier years during the famed Gold Rush period, as new gold field discoveries evolved, many placer miners tended to move onward, leaving behind many under prospected and valuable properties. The Chinese miners (who were very proficient in their mining toils) then began to work a number of these old claims on the Fraser and its tributaries, until legislation was passed in the early part of the last century to ban their mining. Sporadically over the years, individuals would ply their hand at prospecting either for a living or for recreational enjoyment. All along the Gold Rush Trail exists old tails and new accounts of admirable rewards being reaped from the gravels of the Fraser.

The more recent upsurge in placer mining interest all across the province has witnessed most good ground being staked. Sporadic recreational and small-scaled gold and platinum recovery operations have opened up all along the Fraser. Though for most current-day mining enthusiasts, nuggets are naturally the sought after, however, many overlook the realistic potential that exists through placing one's primary focus on the recovery and processing of the fine and micron gold and platinum. Those in the know, are only too eager to maximize on their efforts through mining these deposits, while accepting nuggets which may come, as pleasant bonuses. Semi-precious gem stones and BC jade are also commonly found in many locations along the Fraser system.




Fraser River Gold Claims For Sale

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CARIBOO DISTRICT



Fraser Placer Claim

Tenure #1024569 – Old Channel

2 cell tenure – Located on Quesnel River, 20 kilometres SE of Quesnel. This tenure comprises over ¾ kilometre of prime river frontage along a marvelous river bend.
Price: $ 2,300

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Tenure #1024540 – Gold Quest

1 cell tenure - The Gold Quest property is located 73 kilometres east-southeast of Quesnel, on a south-facing drainage slope feeding into Weaver Creek, a tributary of Keithley Creek. The underlying bedrock, an assemblage of dominantly metasedimentary rocks within the Barkerville Terrane, ranges in age from Proterozoic to Paleozoic, of which approximately one third of the tenure is underlain by greenschist facies.
Price: $ 2,400

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Tenure #996204 – SodaShoal

2 cell tenure – The SodaShoal placer tenure occupies a unique inside bend on the west side of the Fraser River, opposite Soda Creek.
Price: $ 2,500

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SOUTH CARIBOO DISTRICT


Fraser GoldTenure #954169 – Level 70

3 cell tenure – Prime elevated bench locations along the Fraser which offers optimal potential for old channel precious metal deposits.
Price: $ 5,300 $ 4,000 plus 10 % gold royalty

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Where to find gold in BCTenure #1017241 – Level 80

3 cell tenure – Level 80 is situate on a significant double bend in the river, immediately downstream from the terminus of a turbulent canyon.
Price: $ 5,600 $ 4,200 plus 10 % gold royalty

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Tenure #1026485 – Catch-All

1 cell tenure – Located 67 kilometres South of Williams Lake along the West side of the Fraser River, the Catch-All placer property is situate off the eastern extremity of Gang Ranch.  The property is cradled between the Fraser Fault and a secondary, overlying dioritic intrusive bedrock.  The topography on the claim is best described as a gentle descending slope to the lower bench, which comprises approximately 39,400 m² of potentially workable ground, thence onward to the gravel/cobble beach comprising (at low water) approximately 16,400 m² over 480 metres of exposed shoreline.  Sampling several years in the past showed very good colour and the tenure is complimented with moss covered rocks which entrap the fine and flake gold, and of which, refreshes annually, offering good opportunity for a vacuuming operation following each freshet.


Price: $ 2,300

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WEST PAVILION DISTRICT
GPEX’s Jurassic Properties - West Pavilion Region

Preamble:

Several years ago while conducting physiological research studies along the Fraser River system, with the objective of identifying zones bearing ancient river channels which were likely to bear good placer potential, GPEX was drawn to the area now hosting its range of Jurassic placer properties. Nine tenures, comprising 19 cell units (over 386 hectares) were staked, of which the company intended to open for a joint venture project. However, since their acquisition, in considering the massive coverage afforded if reserving all properties combined, and that it would take several decades to work such as a whole, decision has been made to sell half of these assets. In doing so, GPEX has clustered five tenures into two groups of two properties each, with the remaining offering comprising a single cell unit. Each of the two-groups comprise a three cell and a one cell tenure, totaling over 81 hectares (201 acres) each.

Thus, the following Jurassic properties are offered for sale. The first group is made up of the Jurassic 5 and Jurassic 6 tenures, while the second group comprises the Jurassic 7 and Jurassic 8 claims. The single cell tenure, The Babkirk, is offered independently. Please see the accompanying drafts, and, the varied aerial and land photos.

The physiology of the West Pavilion region fundamentally follows a common likeness from claim to claim, in that all lie along a zone in the Upper Fraser Canyon region which had been subjected to considerable transformation during the last glacial period, eleven thousand years ago. The land mass along the Fraser Fault became scoured and gouged from the movement of an ice sheet ice two thousand feet thick, as it slowly migrated southward. Glacial melt then followed, causing the river to swell to unprecedented levels. The relentless and unforgiving torrents of water then permanently etched the landscape, while transporting and depositing fluvial gravels along its path.

The general landscape is characterized as gently rolling hills with benches and elevated plateaus, with it’s riverbank punctuated by numerous deeply weathered drainage ravines. Elevation on the claim areas ranges around 800 feet (244 meters) above sea level.

Sparse open bush and desert-like vegetation are indicative of the high temperatures and low precipitation which characterize the summers in this part of the Interior dry belt. The area receives an average of six to ten inches snowfall from December through March. The semi-arid climate can be considered moderate, with summer temperatures ranging from warm to hot during the day and warm at night. Rain showers of short duration can be expected in the spring, summer and fall. There exists at minimum, a nine month window in which prospecting and recovery operations could be engaged in.

Access to the properties from the west side of the Fraser, is gained via the West Pavilion Road, a good two-lane gravel road branching northward from the Bridge River Road. Its point of entry is located in the area of the cemetery on the northwest boundary of Lillooet, immediately upon crossing the bridge which spans Bridge River. This road primarily climbs the mountain to the upper plateau area, then follows a northward direction to the Jurassic area. A branch road offers access to the claim areas on the lower levels. Though the tenure boundaries are not marked, same may easily be found through the use of a GPS.



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Tenure #853836 - THE BABKIRK

The primary ground for focus on this property would be that of the shoreline on the west side of the Fraser River, including its banks and ravines...

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Fraser Gold

Tenure #1025186 – Jurassic 9

1 cell tenure – 20.35 hectares. Located along the Fraser River in the West Pavilion district, this property overlies an exposed ancient intrusive mound which offers considerable sniping potential as well as ancient upper bench deposition.
$ 1,900

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Fraser Gold

Tenure #1026144 – Jurassic Two B

1 cell tenure – 20.36 hectares. The Jurassic Two B property cradles to the Jurassic Two tenure, which itself forms part of the Jurassic Group One set of placer properties. For the mining entrepreneur acquiring the aforesaid Group One set of tenures, in all likelihood interest would extend toward also acquiring the Jurassic Two B property. Otherwise this claim could be purchased separately.
$ 2,000

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JURASSIC - 3 Multi-Tenure Groups

8 tenures – These property groups would be more suited to a moderate to large-scale machine-assisted operation. Advance prospecting and sampling required.

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JURASSIC HARDROCK
Fraser River (Clinton-Lillooet District)


Fraser River Gold Claims

Tenure #853674 - JURASSIC HARDROCK
25 cell tenure - 508.81 hectares

Tenure #853674 - JURASSIC HARDROCK
25 cell tenure - 508.81 hectares

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LYTTON DISTRICT


Fraser Gold

Tenure #1023903 – Mossy Top

2 cell tenure – 41.28 hectares. Straddling both sides of the Fraser River, 6.7 kilometres northwest of Lytton, the Mossy Top tenure offers prime placer potential for nugget to fine gold along its banks, plus, comprises an extensive bed of moss covered rocks which serve as excellent natural traps for fine to flake gold. The gold trapped within the moss can be vacuumed ‘annually’ for astonishing values. Consistent with human nature, the vast majority of prospectors of old and anew, customarily turn a blind eye away from an otherwise prime location, only because the slope is slightly greater than they are willing to navigate. Instead, they would (will) flock to areas of easy access where shoulder-to-shoulder mining is being conducted, and has been for over a hundred years. Thus, accepting only a portion of what they would have otherwise gained by projecting a little extra effort to access the better (and quite often virgin) ground, while enjoying a higher level of exclusivity.
$ 2,250

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Fraser Gold

Tenure #1026451 – T-Rock One

2 cell Mineral tenure – 41.32 hectares. This two cell mineral (hardrock) tenure is located along the Lower Thompson River, 10.5 kilometres northeast from Lytton. The property is underlain by metamorphic bedrock, which in the general area has shown to host auriferous quartz veins, and was staked to follow-up on the potential for lode gold. However, to fully assess this property, considerable drainage sampling should be conducted to trace gold mineralization and isolate areas of interest for subsequent evaluation.
$ 1,950

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Fraser Gold

Tenure #1026451 – T-Rock Two

2 cell Mineral tenure – 41.32 hectares. This two cell mineral (hardrock) tenure is located along the Lower Thompson River, 10.5 kilometres northeast from Lytton. The property is underlain by metamorphic bedrock, which in the general area has shown to host auriferous quartz veins, and was staked to follow-up on the potential for lode gold. However, to fully assess this property, considerable drainage sampling should be conducted to trace gold mineralization and isolate areas of interest for subsequent evaluation.
$ 1,950

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FRASER CANYON DISTRICT

Fraser River Gold Claims

Tenure #525962 - High Ender -

2 cell tenure – High Ender represents one of the more dynamic placer prospecting properties along the Fraser and offers excellent potential.
Price: $ 2,100

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Fraser River Gold Claims

Tenure #1019163 - Berry Patch-

1 cell tenure – 20.99 hectares. The Berry Patch property was staked due to its exceedingly high potential for placer gold. The tenure is situate along the west side of the Fraser River, 9 kilometres north by northeast of Hope, parallel with the northern tip of Strawberry Island. While the eastern border touches on the gravel shoreline of the river, this claim, however, targets the old gold which had gotten laid down during post-glacial, and possibly, pre-glacial years.

Access would be considered good, via a woods road extending eastward from BC Highway #1, just north of a small lake locally known as Klahater Lake, and handy to the rifle range. Though approximately, just 40% of this tenure (the southern portion) would be open to uncontested prospecting, as the northern 60% (thereabouts) rests on Indian Reserve, it none-the-less represents prime ground for placer gold recovery. The tenure immediately to the south of this property has for the past two seasons, conducted mechanized gold recovery operations. While it’s logical to construe descent returns were realized, the figures on how well it fared out, are not known by the author. However, that ground lies immediately downstream from the Berry Patch property, through which the ancient river’s flow and such material deposition took place. Therefore, it is reasonable to construe that the Berry Patch property would hold at least, equal potential. To exemplify on the value of this area, though the reports themselves do not go into any great depth at all, the Minfile Reports relating to work performed during the 1970’s within the boundaries of the claim below the Berry Patch, are placed in following to this listing, for the reader’s convenience.


Price: $ 4,500 + 5% Royalty

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UPPER FRASER VALLEY DISTRICT

Claims For Sale

Tenure #996342 – Black Jack

2 cell tenure– Extremely dark coloration evidenced along the shoreline are result of adjacent mineral seepage or that that locale acts as host to mass mineral accumulation.
Price: $ 2,817

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