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carveriam
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Question about dredging the Klamath? ( 23:32:00 TueMay 5 2009 )

Do I need to file a notice of intent with the rangers in Happy Camp before dredging in the Klamath? Anyone know the name of the feller who drives the white truck with hamm radio antenna on top? Met him once but cant recall his name.

  
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Re: Question about dredging the Klamath? ( 01:40:13 WedMay 6 2009 )

You are likely thinking of Randy Green. white Dodge with ant.

  
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Re: Question about dredging the Klamath? ( 04:56:00 WedMay 6 2009 )

The Club already has an NOI submitted which covers all member activities on our claims, as long as you stay within our operation guidelines, and as long as you follow any special instructions (there are not very many) listed for each particular property on our claims guide.

You will need your own dredging permit with the California Fish & Game.

  
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Re: Question about dredging the Klamath? ( 17:44:05 WedMay 6 2009 )

John, you are not required to file a NOI for a 8" and smaller dredge and look at our legal page. You can stay on your claims as long as you are actively mining, no time restrictions. That's one of the things we won in court, thanks to Dave etal. By filing anyway, then you are setting a precedence against the rest of the miners. Besides, there is no legally stated way to file a NOI. My dredge in the water is my NOI. It could be a paper filing, phone call, or if they show up, just tell them your intentions. The court says heavy equipment ie. backhoe etc.
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Re: Question about dredging the Klamath? ( 23:59:27 WedMay 6 2009 )

A NOI was never mentioned in the New 49rs packet I received, but I joined WPMA and it mentioned that a NOI was needed to work their Klamath claims?

  
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Re: Question about dredging the Klamath? ( 22:47:25 SunMay 10 2009 )

I used to belong to the Wash. Prosp. and used their claim below Rocky Point. You do not have to submit a NOI unless you are going to use equipment such as "a bulldozer or backhoe AKA mechanized equipment". A 4" dredge is NOT mechanized equipment. Good luck on that claim as it has been hammered to death.

  

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