Could the two be mining together for Gold Rush Season 10? Dave's race to open a new cut leaves his dozer hanging over a cliff. Papua New Guinea is known to have softball-sized chunks of gold, but there is a lot of physical danger in order to get to the mines. Parker and Todd wager on who will get the most gold, leading to big changes on the claims. Tony Beets expands his empire, buying a huge second dredge. Fred has to abandon his best paydirt yet when his excavator gets stuck in the pit. Todd searches for a fix so he can stop losing gold out of the sluicebox. Finding it will prove more challenging than anyone ever imagined.
Todd's Roulette cut provides both rewards and problems. But with all this golden potential, even the most seasoned miners have failed, including Todd Hoffman. You can find much more information about your privacy choices in. But when Parker refuses to provide Fred and Dustin with temporary access, the two claims square up for war. With Parker's ground frozen he must find a way to mine the gold to pay his deposit to Tony. Tony needs to re-float his sunken dredge and turns to a familiar face from the Hoffman crew for a solution. His recent social media indicates that during the offseason, Rick is working on his business.
The Dakota Boys finally hit the bottom of the Glory Hole. Tony's crew hits a huge snag with the dredge. Parker's gamble to run his washplant without protection from rocks proves costly. Frozen ground destroys Parker Schnabel's dozers. Tony Beets starts to tear apart his 500 ton dredge. Parker apparently had a falling out with the cameraman from Season 1. But to find gold-rich ground to mine, they must overcome dense jungle, lethal roads, and turf wars with local miners on their epic journey.
Rick huffed and puffed through Alaska, and freaked out over spiders in Guyana. Todd, Jack and Thurber tackle their first clean up, but disaster strikes when their only excavator is damaged beyond repair. Parker brings in dynamite to blast a big solid rock to finish building a new road to Smith Creek. This time, Parker heads out to Papua New Guinea. Just as Fred gives up on the Glory Hole, it suddenly pays out big. But with all this golden potential, even the most seasoned miners have failed, including Todd Hoffman.
Archived from on February 8, 2012. At Big Nugget Mine, Parker continues to hit pay dirt. They attempt to strip a massive cut in the mid-summer sun and, when one of their two dozers breaks down, they face losing it all in a sea of melted permafrost. In a bid to find a just a fraction of that treasure, Parker and his crew will risk their lives in the biggest jungle in the world. Twenty-three-year-old gold miner Parker Schnabel has had many adventures in his life.
When the families arrive from Oregon and question the lack of gold — and master mechanic Harness becomes dangerously ill — the tension builds so high that Dorsey and Todd almost come to blows. Tony twists a vital steel frame on the dredge. Elsewhere, Tony and Gene have a disagreement about operations while Parker's wash plant is washing pay, but his team falls apart. Is a split coming between Rick and Parker Schnabel? Parker gives his foreman Rick his own operation and when Tony and Minnie decide to cut the dredge crew's pay, a key crew member calls it quits. Todd junks his old washplant, after finding out it's losing gold, only to discover his new washplant is weeks away. Tony finally gets his dredge on the way to its new home in Eureka Creek.
Dustin fights to reach his first mountain gold. Tony Beets takes a convoy of military trucks on a treacherous journey to hunt down parts for his monster dredge. Todd discovers a major design flaw in the equipment and is forced to make huge modifications. Tony mounts a massive operation to replace a 24-ton bucket line and Parker's parents arrive for his birthday bearing extraordinary gifts. Grandpa visits Parker and makes a radical suggestion that the crew believes to be pure fantasy.
Save When will be Gold Rush: Parker's Trail next episode air date? Parker is furious that Ricks's failure to manage the cut has forced it to be shut down. In Season 2, Parker headed to Guyana, South America, another dangerous part of the world. Its all hands on deck as Tony and family finally start to rebuild his million-dollar second dredge. The dredge is stuck in his own tailings. Parker Schnabel risks damaging his washplant as he races to finish his last cut at Scribner Creek. The Dakota Boys set their sights on the virgin mountain claim known as Cahoon Creek.