Parker Schnabel of Gold Rush with rainbow

Parker Schnabel of Gold Rush with rainbow

Parker Schnabel of Gold Rush has a Recording Breaking Season

Show: Gold Rush

Despite a rough start to the season, Parker's crew finished the 2018 season with the biggest cleanup in Gold Rush history: $8.4 million in gold.

The 23 year old shows no signs of stopping and will be reaching for an even higher goal next year.

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