I know there are a lot of mixed feelings out there about the sale of gold pay dirt and concentrates, and yes many of them are junk, but at the end of the day they are generally fun if you have the right frame of mind, can make for great panning practice, and from what I hear, make a decent temporary fix for the gold fever winter time blues!┬áNo matter what, I’ve enjoyed buying and panning them here, in good ole’ Florida, where “wild gold” isn’t an option.

This review is for the “Deluxe Dirt” bag from ArizonaPaydirt.com. The product was a little tricky to pan, with a lot of black sand (which is great practice!), but as you’ll see in my result pictures below, well worth the effort. At the time of this writing, the product is going for $25.00 plus $5 shipping, which ends up being a fair deal for the amount of gold you’re getting, and especially when compared to most other paydirt you’ll find.

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Advertised as:
A bag of DELUXE ARIZONA PAYDIRT is the real deal! I run the drywasher for 1 hour and number each run. I then take pictures and bag the paydirt right off of the drywasher. To this run I add 4 grains of beautiful Arizona placer gold to ensure a great panning experience for all. Each bag of paydirt is approximately two pounds in weight.

 

Paydirt Fresh From Arizona!

Paydirt Fresh From Arizona!

Quick Paydirt Overview

Quick Paydirt Overview

Arizona Desert Gold! Check out those little pickers!

Arizona Desert Gold! Even had some bird shot in my pan - fun stuff! Check out those little picker nuggets!

0.42 Grams of Gold - Decent Value Here!

0.42 Grams of Gold - Decent Value Here!

Like what you see? Get your own gold from Paul here: http://ArizonaPaydirt.com/

Stay tuned for more pay dirt / cons reviews!

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