Dave Turin of Gold Rush

Dave Turin Becomes His Own Boss on a New Show

Dave Turin spent years working alongside Todd Hoffman and earned the nickname “Dozer Dave.” Now, Dave plans a spectacular return to gold mining, as he searches for a lost and abandoned mine to resurrect, and chase the gold the old-timers left behind.

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