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Off his game with bad cold, Dustin Hurt accidentally drops a huge boulder on the wash plant that knocks it out of action.
Gold Rush: Pushed Too Hard
Hard work and no pay sets up a confrontation between Dustin Hurt and his father Dakota Fred at the Porcupine Creek claim.
Gold Rush: Car Crash
The crew tackles a treacherous road known for causing accidents. One of them has an accident of his own.
Sons of Guns: Hogzilla to Godzilla
Will and Kris meet up with Brandon and some friends to test out the hog gun. From an airboat, they spot a hog and put the muscled up, silenced, night stalking AR to use.
Gold Rush: Big Boot
Christo Doyle digs in to get the real story from Dakota Fred and Parker about Fred's "Marathon Week" of mining. Plus, Fred finally reveals the true story behind his "Big Boot" nickname...
Gold Rush: Nearly Chopped Up
While working through the night at Quartz Creek, Jim Thurber nearly has his legs chopped off when he's trying to free a boulder blocking the wash plant feeder.
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