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.

Catch up on Gold Rush now on Discovery GO. WATCH

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