Jimbo’s EZ Pan Paydirt – Sample Bag

5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

$10.00

Give the gift of the fever that has no cure, gold fever!!!

Looking for a gift for the grandchildren but they already have more video games then they can play?  Look no further.  This is a great way to get kids and adults alike interested in venturing outdoors to find their own paydirt and hopefully, their own gold.

Here it is!  You asked for so i am honored to be able to offer it.  This is my EZ Pan Paydirt that is primarily blond/light sand with gold added.

It is meant to be easy to pan and to provide the experience of finding gold in the pan, without having the experience necessary to get through some of my tougher to pan bags.

This is the same material i have supplied to school functions, boy scout events, and other groups where the intent is to introduce new people to the joys of finding gold.

Unlike my regular paydirt and dredge concentrates, there is no gold natively in this dirt, at least none that i have found.  So with that said, the EZ Pan Paydirt will be done differently then the rest of my paydirt.  They will be made in batches meaning that each bag will NOT have the same amount of gold.

These sample bags will have up to 0.25 grams of gold.  I can not guarantee how much gold is in each bag but i CAN guarantee there is gold in every one.

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Additional information

Weight .5 lbs
Dimensions 4.7 × 2 × 1 in
UPC

Difficulty level

Easy

Size

1/2 pound

Source

Arizona

Condition

New

2 reviews for Jimbo’s EZ Pan Paydirt – Sample Bag

  1. 5 out of 5

    Robert (verified owner):

    My 12 year old son and I are learning to pan. We just panned our first EZ sample bag and were not disappointed. We classified it with a kitchen strainer and there was gold in both the dirt and the pebbles. My son was thrilled to see the glint of gold! I was thrilled that we found .24 grams. Thanks!

  2. 5 out of 5

    sham414 (verified owner):

    Very clean and easy stuff to pan. No black sand to deal with and I got the bang for my buck. I classified and sorted through the +20 mesh and above, just eyeballing and found more the a few pieces. I found nothing below 50 mesh.

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