Going Under For The Stones Rockhounding Q.4.T. # 310 By : Quest For Details

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  • Published on May 15, 2019
  • lets get down to the bottom of it and try to find whats lurking in the last deep spots, bring your swimming gear and lets get wet !! rock hounding late spring 2019
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Comments • 62

  • Đá Cuội
    Đá Cuội 16 days ago

    Great 👍

  • Bill Paradise
    Bill Paradise 21 day ago

    Can you tell me what kind of camera rig you use for those underwater shots? I’m looking for some kind of pole rigged camera to go under water to help me find rocks as I’m handicapped and can’t bend and squat a lot. Any help would really be appreciated and many thanks for all the wonderful video my friend.

  • Hà Nguyễn
    Hà Nguyễn 2 months ago

    Transparent streamline, very interesting, good quality camera

  • kahua zhang
    kahua zhang 3 months ago

    Super cool! Is there any regulation for rock hounding?

  • cookie kitty
    cookie kitty 3 months ago

    happy birthday. love the underwater shots.

  • JKUZ
    JKUZ 3 months ago

    Anyone know the type of rock at 17:00 I found a few similar just curious

  • Eloisa juarez
    Eloisa juarez 3 months ago

    Where is this River l'm lake

  • BLACK DOG .
    BLACK DOG . 3 months ago

    Do you know how to-etch rock and using vinegar, and acid , Good idea 💡, I learned about it from MeMiner.
    He is the Doctor Rock,,,,,! Lol he is good .....good day mate ...Black Dog Out.

  • L Mals Jorza
    L Mals Jorza 4 months ago

    I love the music in the beganing.

  • Sue Jarrard
    Sue Jarrard 4 months ago

    Love the underwater shots. Gives us the fish eye view. Thanks for sharing. Blessings

  • Luminita Postolache
    Luminita Postolache 4 months ago

    Ti bravo. Super!!!!!

  • Debbie Muldrow
    Debbie Muldrow 4 months ago

    Oh wait I saw one to the right, oh missed it. What's that one. I think I need air... I'm light headed. I think you held me down to long. Giggles that was fun! Can we do it again?! Thanks that was great!

  • NUGGET SHOOTER JOURNALS

    Love the one at 9:13

  • mary taylor
    mary taylor 4 months ago

    Love watching your exploring rocks for gems under water. Really all videos.

  • Kevin Custer
    Kevin Custer 4 months ago

    A rare diamond.....

  • Kevin Custer
    Kevin Custer 4 months ago

    not enough bubbles


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  • Kevin Custer
    Kevin Custer 4 months ago

    You like....

  • Mike Martin
    Mike Martin 4 months ago

    If you don’t want those marbles call the Chigg or Nugget they will 😂

  • CM Adventures
    CM Adventures 4 months ago

    Some beautiful specimens! Love your channel! Thanks for sharing. (new Subscriber) I mentioned you in my latest Video on my Channel, hope you don't mind I put your Channel link in my description.

  • Don Buckholts
    Don Buckholts 4 months ago

    Thanks

  • Symon Sheppard
    Symon Sheppard 4 months ago

    So sorry Nate,
    You know I've been with you for a long time, I've loved your videos and the adventures you have taken me on, I've loved helping you find things out that were unknown, I've made comments both informative and comical but mostly comical.
    I've had to turn this one off, I find myself shouting that you missed one or asking what that one was, all of this stress is no good for me and I need to seriously consider my health and why I am putting myself under so much stress over a video clip.
    As health is a major concern at my age, I must seriously consider my situation and change things so that I am not putting myself in extra stressful situations.
    In light of all this I think it would be better if I didn't watch your videos or even make comments anymore, it's been lots of fun and we have all learned something along the way, me most of all I think.
    So Nate I am reluctantly going to unsubscribe from sky tv, ahaha got ya, no more jokes from me lol.
    😂😂😂😂😂😂😂👌👌👌😎😎👍👍👍
    Keep up the good work, I love this video and am considering stealing all of those rocks from you, sleep with one eye open.

  • tiger storm33
    tiger storm33 4 months ago

    Great video Nate some fantastic finds keep up the good work ☯️☮🌳🌲💚

  • #1 Catfishunter Miller
    #1 Catfishunter Miller 4 months ago

    NICE! VERY NICE!
    Loved the video, very beautiful stones. I wish I could have some.

  • I love rocks123
    I love rocks123 4 months ago

    I spent most of that video light headed! Every time you dipped the camera I automatically held my breath and then when you focused on the stones the amazing colours took my breath away! Just fantastic all round, thank-you!

  • Montserrat Masdefiol Calero

    Your best video from my point of interest. You had the must clean water ever and did a great work. Many serpent heads, a very nice part of a kidney... Precioso. Gracias.

  • Rookie Rockhounding
    Rookie Rockhounding 4 months ago

    Again brother, another beautiful day relaxing with ya in the creek looking at amazing examples of rock goodness, and dude I wonder what that one at 12:20 is??? It’s got some awesome things goin on in it!
    Love it mate!!! Thanks for bringin us out there with you!!!

  • lisa owen-nielson
    lisa owen-nielson 4 months ago

    Nate, I’m getting confused: is what folks around here call ‘chert’ actually chalcedony?
    And are you dunking a GoPro for your underwater shots?

    • Symon Sheppard
      Symon Sheppard 4 months ago +2

      lisa owen-nielson
      Perhaps I can help with the confusion, I promise no humour in this message, just facts as I see it.
      Chert and flint are the same, jasper and chalcedony are also the same, all four come under the title of microcrystalline Quartz.
      Flint is generally nodules of black rock originally from the lime deposits of the seabed.
      Chert is the same but in larger slab formation from the seabed.
      Chalcedony is colourless and often waxy to the touch.
      It's only the colour that defines either of those rocks, imagine you cook sugar, it's all microcrystalline once in liquid form and the first spoonful would be chalcedony, cooked some more and its carnelian.
      The ingredients remain the same it's just the colour that defines it.
      I hope that's clearer now.

  • Steve Forbes
    Steve Forbes 4 months ago

    Yeah, absolutely loved the underwater footage! Like to see more of that in the future. That boulder at the 15 min mark was fantastic! Good job again.

  • Kelly Jones
    Kelly Jones 4 months ago

    That was cool!! Underwater video, felt like I was diving under water I could feel the pressure in my head lol. How is it that you have mint just growing wild like that, awesome. One of the coolest variety of rocks you have found in one place. Type of rock at 12:15? Wow!

  • CrucifyRobinHood
    CrucifyRobinHood 4 months ago

    For some reason YT saw fit to delete my last comment. Anyway, digging through my old buckets yet again thanks to you, Nate. Peace and prosperity, pilgrim.

  • Sandy Taylor Photography

    You always find the best streams for rocks!!! And to just find mint growing wild?!?! Very cool! 😎

  • CrucifyRobinHood
    CrucifyRobinHood 4 months ago

    8:20 ish. I'm just guessing but I call that stuff "sard" as in reddish carnelian. I have tons of ocean agates and jaspers that have a semi-translucent, almost cherty looking brecciated red mineral in a lime green to pure white chalcedony matrix with little flirty drusy pockets from the NorCal coast. Also some 6+kilo moss agates that I swear look for all the world like huge fossilized oysters. Notice me senpai?

  • TimoKa
    TimoKa 4 months ago

    Great adventure. I love the underwater music.

  • canid song
    canid song 4 months ago

    I notice you find a lot of stone that would be meh when tumbled but is just big enough to slab. Have you thought about one of the cheapo tile saws? I got a $50 4.5in saw that has made a nice addition to my shop.

  • Lisa Roche
    Lisa Roche 4 months ago

    Wow, love all of them, especially the striped pyramid rock. Think it is now my second favorite rock next to the jasper mother stone. Still my favorite. Once again you have made my day. 😁💖💕

  • 12461 blowingleaves
    12461 blowingleaves 4 months ago

    The bubbling water sound and all the polliwogs and I noticed that I was holding my breath like I was underwater.

  • 12461 blowingleaves
    12461 blowingleaves 4 months ago +1

    It is turquoise!

  • 12461 blowingleaves
    12461 blowingleaves 4 months ago +1

    That big red and green rock was the find of a lifetime!

  • gina lanning
    gina lanning 4 months ago +2

    My bucket is full. I grabbed all I could each time you dunked us. Lol. Great video my friend. As always thank you for taking us along!🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗

  • gina lanning
    gina lanning 4 months ago +2

    The cobble stone looks a lot like a Jackson Pollack painting. I always love seeing the stones from your state. So very pretty. It's on my bucket list. And the large red/green rock...well I don't have to say anymore...

  • heather tilly
    heather tilly 4 months ago +2

    Ha,I have to say it but I'm in Norcal and this looks very recent due to the storm that's upon us right now.Cool sheez getting to hound some rocks while I'm cooped up inside out of the rain!!Thanks again,buddy🤙😚💨

  • lizzymoore54
    lizzymoore54 4 months ago +3

    Oh Nate, please tell me you took that big, beautiful rock home with you! Such lovely finds, as usual.

    • Quest for Details
      Quest for Details  4 months ago +2

      Yes I did , in the truck bed two feet from me now ,: ) thank you for joining me !

  • Katherine Doughty
    Katherine Doughty 4 months ago +1

    Wow Nate...that must have been a satisfying day. Awesome finds especially that big chunked Beautiful👍

  • Paulette Campbell
    Paulette Campbell 4 months ago +2

    OMG!!! This one is definitely going to be watched over and over. Please tell us that the amazing rainbow one came home with you you definitely need to be able to cut those into slabs so that we can buy some. That was the most amazing Stone well they all are but that one was gorgeous.

  • Trumpenstein
    Trumpenstein 4 months ago +3

    Awesome Jaspers and Jaspergates. At 18:00 that might be Chrysoprase. Dude get yourself a rock saw and some wheels. Theres money to be made. Or if you're not into money, just send us viewers some.

    • Lisa Marie
      Lisa Marie 4 months ago +2

      Happy Day😊i pick up rocks all the time but live in fla so nothing like thouse! Ur truly Blessed!
      but yea SEND ALL OF US SOME👍 LOL really enjoyed ur video, good luck on next hunt.

  • rosita bonita
    rosita bonita 4 months ago +5

    Oh my great God. Beautiful stones. Can I buy from You? If not I want to tell you I enjoy your videos and share with my FB friends. Thank you

  • cynergy
    cynergy 4 months ago +4

    Very cool video, loved the underwater views! And that jasper!!!!!!!!!!! And that druzy!!!!!!!

  • وصفات Chocho Gold
    وصفات Chocho Gold 4 months ago +3

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  • Laura Hawes
    Laura Hawes 4 months ago +5

    Thanks for the under water adventure very cool. so many gorgeous rocks!!

  • Ann Davis
    Ann Davis 4 months ago +3

    When you need to stop the video to drool over the rock missed 😂😂
    Frogpoles 😍 as my daughter calls them lol. We missed them this year :/
    Great finds some of which are screaming to be cut into slabs ( I'd have to lol) great vid :)

  • Ben Brians
    Ben Brians 4 months ago +4

    Will you divulge the location of this Creek? Can't be Dry Creek again......

    • Ben Brians
      Ben Brians 4 months ago +1

      @Quest for Details have you checked out the area with the fossils I mentioned in West Napa? I have found some of the craziest things there. Don't want to put the location on the web, but if you can private message me I'll tell you about it.

    • Quest for Details
      Quest for Details  4 months ago +1

      yes, needed to check it before the algae comes,walked up it and parked in a few different spots, I was test panning all over but so far no color so just the stones on film, thanks for watching

  • Gwynn Farrell
    Gwynn Farrell 4 months ago +3

    Wow, nature's immense collection of patterns and colors is incredible. Thank you for showing us more beauties!

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  • Mary Gabbard
    Mary Gabbard 4 months ago +5

    Really enjoyed your video going under water! Great camera work! Thank you!

  • Petersen
    Petersen 4 months ago +3

    The teal color at 17:00 is so amazing what nature creates!