White Water ‘breaks through’ Super Claw in new trailer


In a new episode of Gold rush: White water, Fred Hurt and his son’s crew are producing a Super Claw and putting it into operation.

Part 5 of Find gold spinoff premieres early November and has a sixth episode that will premiere on Friday. The Discovery Channel’s hit reality TV series There’s something special in store for fans in the latest episode. Hurt’s son, Dustin, is leading their crew in an effort to extract gold from the whitewater rapids at McKinley Creek in Alaska. After some difficulty working in the water, they called for some more help.

Find gold Wes Richardson stars have produced a unique device for their specific job. McKinley Creek’s fast-moving water continuously flows over huge rocks. The “Dakota Boys” crew Some of the huge rocks needed to be removed for mining, but they have been smoothed by water over the years. That’s where Richardson’s Super Claw comes into play.

The machine looks like a jumbo sized claw machine game you might see in a video game. However, instead of diamonds coming together for the toy, the Super Claw is large and round to accommodate the giant smooth rocks. The team used divers in the water to connect the Super Claw around each stone. Although the team may have had some problems at first, the machine still works flawlessly.

“Super Claw works exactly as it’s supposed to,” Wes told the camera. “The diver can open it underwater more easily. It works really well. ”

“Super Claw passes the test and brings Dustin one step closer to gold,” The show’s narrator has been added.

Be sure to tune in to Discovery or Discovery Plus on Fridays to see Super Claw in action on Gold rush: White water.

‘Gold Rush’ star Dustin Hurt opens up about his father Fred

In a recent interview with Gold rush: White water star Dustin Hurt, he opens up about his talent exploit veteran father Fred.

Hurt talked to Loop months ago when the fifth season of the Discovery Channel spin-off series began. As always, the “Dakota Boys” mining team is face constant challenges when they mine McKinley Creek Area. While there’s been plenty of action, fans may have noticed that Fred himself hasn’t made an appearance this season.

“I can tell you Fred is starting to age – he’s almost 80 and I don’t think he’s going to be as full-time as he always is,” Dustin said of his father. “Pubar is like anyone else.”

As a result, Fred Hurt will take on more background roles in the series’ fifth season. He is letting his son handle the business and he says everything has gone well so far for their team.

“Yes, Fred doesn’t want to run a film crew this year,” added Dustin. “And it’s a good benefit for me to have two groups out there. I think I made the right choice about that. We had some good people, and I don’t know how much I can tell you about that. But we got some good people. And I think it went well, the way we made it happen. ” White Water ‘breaks through’ Super Claw in new trailer

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