Added by on 2019-02-08

[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Tim and I travel to the GPS coordinates of Arizona’s giant cracks! Cows are viewed! Beers are consumed! Be aware that this video doesn’t contain any video of the cracks themselves because.. well, spoiler is that we didn’t find them. But the useful information you can get from this video is where the cracks are NOT. Hey I’m not a complete savage…. Video Rating: / 5 Finding fire agate and where in Arizona Video Rating: / 5

19 Comments

  • Illini Trekker 1 week ago

    Thanks for the video Mitch! We’ve camp near Saddle Mountain and hunted a little for rock. I’m wondering how you clean the rock up, can you show the polishing process. Should make of a good video!

  • Micheal Wintz 1 week ago

    Great video thanks so much for sharing. Save a few of those white agates. I'd gladly pay you for some. I can't get there from here in Texas I'm a retiree widow. And I don't have a car. My email is miwintz@hotmail.com let me know when you will be going back. I live on acres of Hematite lol haven't found anything else cept red ans yellow clay.

  • Denise Allison Stout 1 week ago

    Howdy Mitch!!

  • Denise Allison Stout 1 week ago

    Hey Mitch!!

  • jmi1044 1 week ago

    Mitch – I greatly appreciate your videos and information. I am a rock hound from Minnesota and I can relate to the many comments about how many great stones you pass up. I find myself picking up 1 cm size chips of carnelian and agate that I find on the crumbling edges of asphalt roads, so it is funny to see someone toss back something I would be breathlessly excited to find! I understand, though, you get used to where you are. I was amused when my wife was super excited to see a moose once in Northern Minnesota on a road trip, but I spent two years in Alaska where moose are as common as deer are here. You just get used to what you have. I am coming to the Phoenix area in a couple weeks on vacation and am looking forward to doing some rock hounding. Thanks for sharing your knowledge and experience – I think it will help me out there.

  • SemoreLucky777 1 week ago

    I'm going today with my son thank you for video. Get to spend time with my kid and that is becoming short and long in between.

  • Mogollon Treasure Hunters 1 week ago

    I hope I get to join the next caravan out that way…..

  • missjilly911 1 week ago

    Do you sell the fire agates?

  • Rizzo M. 1 week ago

    where are you?!

  • Jennifer McFadin 1 week ago

    Thank you Mitch I just moved back and I’ve been trying to remember where to go. I had a neighbor when I lived in Tucson. He had buckets full and gave me a bunch. My ex stole my entire rock collection and I had them for 30 years. I’d love to go hounding with you sometime

  • ASHLEY GUNTHER 1 week ago

    I'm in southwest Arizona… 50 Miles from Tuscon at elk horn ranch in Pima county I think it's called…..what should I look out for today hopefully u respond lol….I'd love your help

  • june jones 1 week ago

    Thanks for the information about the geology!! I'm in Washington state.

  • Dani Brown 1 week ago

    My mother and I will be heading out to Saddle Mountain next week (our second time). Any helpful tips or are you willing to be a guide? 🙂

  • joshua couldren 1 week ago

    Very gorgeous agates there I live near Willcox and used to go up airport road 10 miles out but now the land is bought up and can't get in just wondered were your finding your 's at I'm at 4000feet here there was a lava field basalt as well were the soil went from white sand to red clay but like I said can no longer rock hunt there good video thow I found some fire agate nodules fist size with some citrine druzy quartz on them and orange color interesting

  • gem crowne 1 week ago

    when do you give some important info? We can watch all you guys do your thing, but none of you let it slip where to go and get a chance to pick up one of these stones. besides Ill give you some info on what to do to get rid of your sniffels.

  • FILM N SHOOT CO 1 week ago

    Arizonan's always sound hopeless and sad. You can do this any day of the year, why on Christmas?

  • TINKER 1 week ago

    9 times out of 10 the fire is right behind the white next to the chocolate reddish brown

  • JK XTC 1 week ago

    Can you find any petrified wood out there ….

  • gem crowne 1 week ago

    Why not give folks the location, so the people can look the stones over.

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