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Gold Rush: Dave Turin's Lost Mine

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A fan favorite of Discovery's popular "Gold Rush" series sets out on a new adventure to continue his pursuit of the prized yellow stuff. Dave Turin spent years working alongside Todd Hoffman, earning the nickname "Dozer Dave" because of the many hours he spent bulldozing for gold. In his return, Dave is his own boss, and he's on a mission to find an abandoned mine to resurrect in the hope that old-timers left gold behind. He explores the history of each mine, a search that culminates in Dave picking the one that he can turn into newfound riches.

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Chris makes an incredible discovery that sets the team up on the best gold all season; as winter starts to close in, Dave gets a hot tip that takes him 2,500 miles north to a mine where he pans the biggest nugget of his career.
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On the scent of big gold, Turin and his crew test the limits of the landowner's patience when they cut a fence to access ground on his cattle grazing land; Dave investigates another promising hard rock mine.
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Dave Turin and his crew turn their trommel up to double speed hoping to get the most gold from Montana's historic Birdseye mine; dirty water and ground that's not producing challenge the crew, forcing Dave to call an audible at the last minute.
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Dave and his crew are low on morale and behind on their target; he calls in a friend to search for gold at Birdseye while he investigates a mine below ground.
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Dave gambles on a new piece of machinery; tensions grow when gold goes missing somewhere on the mine, and Jason makes a game-changing discovery.
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After a great start, thick clay in the pay dirt clogs the sluice, forcing Dave Turin and his crew to quickly troubleshoot the land and get the operation back on the gold.
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Dave Turin and his crew kick off an epic new mining season in the historic hills of Montana; after a freak accident nearly derails their expedition from the start, they rally and find the first big gold of the season.
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Dave's entire season comes down to the final 24 hours and a bold risk that threatens to shut down his operation and force him out of the gold game for good.
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Dave faces a nightmare scenario when the ground he's mining goes cold and no one knows why; with his season hanging in the balance, the pressure mounts for Dave to get them back on the gold.
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Dozer Dave bets his life savings that he can unearth piles of gold from an abandoned mine using salvaged equipment and a team of amateur miners.
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Former "Gold Rush" miner Dave Turin sets out on his own prospecting for an abandoned gold mine to reopen; when an investor backs out, Dave has to decide if he's willing to risk his family's life savings on his ability to bring home the gold.
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In the season finale, it's a race against mother nature at the Blue Room Cut to capitalize on a short weather window before winter closes Team Turin out of Montana; overcoming early mechanical setbacks, the team perseveres to a surprising end.

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