The fourteenth season of Gold Rush, the lasting unscripted adventure reality series on Discovery Channel, explores the lives of Yukon gold miners. This season’s exciting exploration challenges, reignited rivalries, and surprising turns take the excitement to new heights. Driven by the desire to unearth valuable gold, every crew excavates far into the ground.
Parker Schnabel launched the season by plunging headfirst—financially and physically—into a 4-acre plot, finishing it in three days. He adopted a high-stakes strategy of risk and reward, wearing out his workers and straining his equipment to the breaking point.
As you can see from our spoiler-filled recap for background, Rick Ness has been fighting his inner demons and barely earning a gold yield to keep the landlord at bay. However, things are now getting tricky for these miners.
Let’s start with Tony Beets. He had to dig out his blocked wash plant conveyor belt. Tony succeeds in extracting 119.66 ounces of gold following a scenario in which he shoots a squirrel and gets all of his equipment unclogged and fixed.
Next, we meet Parker Schnabel, whose high-stakes wager on the newly acquired acreage isn’t paying off as he had hoped. He decided to make a new incision on Ken and Stewart’s property.
A small operational setback results from the loader getting wrapped around a tree and the wash plant being repositioned. Following a scene in which Tyson is shown moaning uncontrollably, Parker’s team can perform a clean-up that results in 182.35 ounces.
Then comes poor old Rick Ness, who is struggling with drug addiction and financial devastation and is back running the bacon strip with Wash Plant Rocky. In a stroke of luck, he moves the water pump and the generator across a sizable creek without any problems or equipment damage.
The problem arises from the fact that the wash plant operates until the generator floods after the equipment is installed. They decide to place it somewhere away from areas that are inundated with water and remove any extra water. Tony’s team has the lowest yield of any of them, coming in at 11,93 ounces. Just barely enough to avoid the landlord.
He decided to sluice the ditches at the Dominion Creek Claim after rambling on and on about how he was on the edge of bankruptcy due to purchasing a piece of land with soil that was too thick and challenging to extract gold from.
A malfunction occurred while items were en route, necessitating some type of MacGyver tinkering. As you can see, the crew had to replace the damaged water input pipe with a large silicone tube because it was causing problems. The final unforgiven cut discovers thirty ounces of gold. Subsequently, 132.45 ounces of dominion cut finds were discovered.
Recall last week when Tony Beets ordered the inspectors to pay him an unexpected visit and shut down his Indian River Claim after he had failed to find even a single nugget of gold? Tony Beets was permitted to mine the Indian River Claim by the mining inspectors following negotiations, fine payments, and tedious paperwork completion.
Release Date & Where to Watch
Gold Rush Season 14 Episode 11 will be broadcast by Discovery Channel on Friday, 8 December 2023, at 8:00 pm Eastern Time, United States. Each episode lasts around one hour. The upcoming episode’s title is “Frankendozer.” In the following list, you’ll find the regional time release schedules for this program.
- Pacific Time (PT): Friday at 5:00 PM
- Mountain Time (MT): Friday at 6:00 PM
- Central Time (CT): Friday at 7:00 PM
- British Standard Time (GMT): Saturday at 12:00 AM
- Central European Time (CET): Saturday at 1:00 AM
- Australian Eastern Daylight Time (AEDT): Saturday at 11:00 AM
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