Using a Saruca to find Diamonds, Gold and other precious metals/gems

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  • Published on Oct 26, 2013
  • While at the Cotton Wood Trails, I meet a prospector Christopher Russo and he showed me the Saruca and how it worked, this is amazing, I am definitely going to get one of these, you can get one at Miners' Camping and rock shop (870) 285-2722 or go to www.minerscamping.com. Please like, share and don't forget to leave a comment! IndianaGoldHunter
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Comments • 88

  • Hector Zepeda
    Hector Zepeda 14 days ago

    hiring?

  • Musharraf Shaikh
    Musharraf Shaikh 22 days ago +1

    Where is this river ...

  • Paulo Paiva
    Paulo Paiva Month ago

    Show Dennis, lindo vídeo ,lindo material. Um super link link link link link link link link para vcs aí. Parabéns ! Tbem estou na área ,apesar que faço trabalho diferente, eu trago o material em casa. Paulo César ( Poços de Caldas MG Brasil )Boa sorte amigo .

  • Ludmila Kotovski
    Ludmila Kotovski 2 months ago

    Do you find pyrope garnets as they are an indicator of diamonds or are they just the common variety almandine garnets?

  • Ludmila Kotovski
    Ludmila Kotovski 2 months ago

    You may even have small diamonds stuck in your mesh, or, even in the other meshes!

  • Ludmila Kotovski
    Ludmila Kotovski 2 months ago +2

    Diamonds are NOT heavy!!! I've worked for diamond exploration companies for over 40 years. You have to find them dry and, if you have access to a WilfleyTable, pass your material over it, never do what you're doing, you'll miss them as they'll float off!!

  • yesu ratnam
    yesu ratnam 4 months ago

    He didn't find anything

  • johnny llooddte
    johnny llooddte 9 months ago +3

    why wouldnt you do this over a bucket and then pan the bucket remains.. you lose 100% of your fines and gold.. which is over 50% of all gold

    • Ludmila Kotovski
      Ludmila Kotovski 2 months ago

      You wouldn't lose the gold because they are heavy, but, you would the diamonds as they would definitely float off because of their surface tension being greasy!

  • Chad Reynolds
    Chad Reynolds 9 months ago

    If there was any gold in that it's long gone....

  • Rahul. Varkala coin Varkala
    Rahul. Varkala coin Varkala 11 months ago +1

    wow

  • GoProspecting
    GoProspecting Year ago +1

    great video, thanks

  • aniquila canal
    aniquila canal Year ago

    helo mr. inscription in canal :adriano pedras preciosas , its in Brazil ok

  • A
    A Year ago +1

    Also in turkey in the south?

    • Dennis Dayton
      Dennis Dayton  Year ago +1

      Aa it would be nice to know if there is gold there as well! I bet there is!!!

  • Rock Prasant
    Rock Prasant Year ago +1

    I want to get all the diamonds

  • Dani de Zuger
    Dani de Zuger Year ago +2

    Nice video, would be glad to visit my page. gg from Switzerland Dani

  • Patsy Evans
    Patsy Evans Year ago

    I have done some panning and think I have very small diamonds or crushed..some are very clear ,,and some foggy,a rock with very small clear pieces through it.who checks these out

  • David Gravite
    David Gravite Year ago

    That guy trys to slide behind him and look for the his diamonds.

  • betty kuykendall
    betty kuykendall 2 years ago

    The heavier gemstones, gold, etc. goes to the midddle - forms a bullseye.

  • Alexander Mendoza
    Alexander Mendoza 2 years ago

    XD

  • MsAzul69
    MsAzul69 2 years ago

    if you find any gems,gold,diamonds or other stuff can you do a give away please😀😀😀
    bye!!!!!

  • Myles Nicholas
    Myles Nicholas 2 years ago

    Diamonds stick to grease.

    • WeThePrimitives:
      WeThePrimitives: 2 years ago

      Myles Nicholas so should i. spread grease on the saruca

  • Abubakarr Kargbo
    Abubakarr Kargbo 2 years ago

    Hello here am a chief miner for rough diamonds, here is my number+23230320523

  • tomer rens m
    tomer rens m 2 years ago

    Why do you work with a plastic pen?

  • Frank Reiser M.S.
    Frank Reiser M.S. 2 years ago

    I would also collect the lead.

    • keith mooney
      keith mooney 6 months ago

      I would too that way I have something to make spare bullets out of

  • gklpang
    gklpang 3 years ago

    interesting

  • Eric jones
    Eric jones 3 years ago

    Did he find anything?

  • Kerra Blank
    Kerra Blank 3 years ago

    i have already been there

  • Paul Hawk
    Paul Hawk 3 years ago

    Thanks.....cool stuff....

  • June Kitzman
    June Kitzman 3 years ago

    fack

  • zippy
    zippy 3 years ago

    A lot of talk and work not much else.

  • J's Realm
    J's Realm 3 years ago

    Yeah and would find a Diamond

  • kathrinecollamar
    kathrinecollamar 3 years ago

    ㅡㄷ 새

  • EUREKA GOLD SANDS
    EUREKA GOLD SANDS 3 years ago

    dennis do ou have this monetized i hope?

  • Qiuyu Shi
    Qiuyu Shi 3 years ago

    I mean come there is no diamonds!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • XxXPara MeniXxX
      XxXPara MeniXxX 2 years ago

      There can be. It's VERY rare, but it can happen.

  • EMANON EMANON
    EMANON EMANON 3 years ago

    where is this at ??????

  • galihadventure
    galihadventure 3 years ago +1

    I love hunting precious things!! I used to hunt gemstone in Java, Indonesia, but mostly we only find chalcedony and jasper, a little bit of quartz crystal

  • Ong Yeow Ping
    Ong Yeow Ping 3 years ago

    Give ME DIAMONDS

  • Aristila Santia Yumm
    Aristila Santia Yumm 3 years ago

    pause at 04:12 you gotta focus the diamond dazzling

  • Aristila Santia Yumm
    Aristila Santia Yumm 3 years ago

    and shining

  • Aristila Santia Yumm
    Aristila Santia Yumm 3 years ago

    i see it was dazzling

  • Aristila Santia Yumm
    Aristila Santia Yumm 3 years ago

    and you didnt pick it up

  • Aristila Santia Yumm
    Aristila Santia Yumm 3 years ago

    i just saw a diamond

  • Laboni Zaman
    Laboni Zaman 3 years ago

    my country is in bd how can i find

  • Aaron Grant
    Aaron Grant 3 years ago

    this guy really does a good job at this. it's like a pro

  • Frank Reiser M.S.
    Frank Reiser M.S. 3 years ago

    You seem to be left handed, like me.
    For beautiful rocks and minerals, go to frankreiserrocksminerals.blogspot.com

  • Hayden Lieberman
    Hayden Lieberman 3 years ago +2

    How many pesos of gold

  • Shana LMT CPT
    Shana LMT CPT 3 years ago

    They found gold and diamonds

  • Jay Stevens
    Jay Stevens 4 years ago

    oh gee, look...theres a bucket, I am sure with gems in it....not like the live pull from the river

  • MickyV23
    MickyV23 4 years ago

    Wait, I thought diamonds at its first stage a black color, or something like that.

    • Corpus Crewman
      Corpus Crewman 3 years ago

      +MickyV23 “Mikey” Diamonds are truly just Carbon molecules. The same material that makes up pencil lead and charcoal, So technically; Yes it starts out black.

  • Alan Defoe
    Alan Defoe 4 years ago

    This is more of a hobby than anything else....the returns will pathetic lol

  • stewartfrye
    stewartfrye 4 years ago

    the only guy making money is sell siruca's

  • Im_name_is_bob3 Gaming

    it wasn't a diamond that was red it is a ruby.

    • Laura Cullen
      Laura Cullen 4 years ago

      The big D comes in several colors.

  • Dennis Dayton
    Dennis Dayton  4 years ago +7

    That would be awesome, someday I would love to go there!!!

  • kyng George
    kyng George 4 years ago +1

    this is fake what kinda diamond is red and black smh

    • Tyler/max Wagner
      Tyler/max Wagner 23 days ago

      +Laura Cullen Stfu Laura. LOL😂😂😂 Where are your diamonds you pick up?!? 😂 link to page??? 😅😂😂🤣

    • Jeff M.
      Jeff M. 10 months ago

      Diamonds can form in many different colors.

    • Bella Everett
      Bella Everett 2 years ago +1

      kyng George Red diamonds are actually very very rare, the rarest of the colors

    • Laura Cullen
      Laura Cullen 4 years ago

      Kyng: what kind? ? The kind like me who pick them up and sell them for a lot of money when people like you throw them away. So easy + a good laugh.

    • kyng George
      kyng George 4 years ago

      Oh ok well if you want we can go to my homeland in west Africa Nigeria and mine the land and get rich a lot of land has been untouched and people walk thru diamonds everyd day and dont even know its there i just subscribes to ur page

  • delilah cepe
    delilah cepe 4 years ago

    nice to see you doing it sir!how i wish to see it in real.....

  • Nassisa xoxo
    Nassisa xoxo 5 years ago

    All i can see is fresh fishes.

  • Siegmar Horsch
    Siegmar Horsch 5 years ago +1

    That's funny. I saw the word saruca on the Crater of Diamonds website and found this on a google search of what a saruca was. lol

  • Rory Bowskill
    Rory Bowskill 5 years ago

    I've just made myself one that fits in my rucksack because the last time I went to the local coast I brought hack literally a handful of garnet rich sand and when I went through it I found a Diamond, not bad for a British beach. Also we have some rather silly laws in England like I'm not allowed to pan for gold in English rivers but would be allowed to use a saruca to look for gemstones in the same place because they haven't heard about them so haven't banned them.

    • tactical aim
      tactical aim 4 years ago

      +Dennis Dayton thanks

    • Dennis Dayton
      Dennis Dayton  5 years ago

      Thank you for your comment Rory, maybe you will get lucky and find a couple of pickers or nuggets in your Saruca, just make sure you put those in your pocket right away! Good luck with your Saruca and I hope you find some nice Gems and Diamonds!!! IndianaGoldHunter

  • dmduck1
    dmduck1 5 years ago

    Todd, the saruca is down to 20/30 mesh. We use this all the time for garnets and diamond recovery . We often find garnets that won't pass through 12 mesh at this location, and have recovered several garnet in the 10-14 carat weight range and Chris has recovered one that was 106 carat weight here .

  • Dennis Dayton
    Dennis Dayton  5 years ago

    Hey Todd, The screen on the Saruca is pretty small, it should work pretty much anywhere!

  • Todd Knight
    Todd Knight 5 years ago

    And he is using this in Indiana...isn't most of our material too small for this to work?