As gold prices spike to record highs and the cost of fuel plummets, Parker, Rick and Tony race to take advantage of the perfect conditions. But after the worldwide lockdown delayed the start of the season, there's less time than ever to cash in.
Parker expands to a second cut and puts his trust in a rookie foreman. Tony battles the cursed cut. Rick fires up his plant on rich ground. Greenhorn Fred Lewis calls in a mining legend.
Parker's new strategy to build a war chest creates an engineering challenge, igniting a flare up with his foremen. Rick pulls in his first gold of the season. Fred calls in reinforcements.
Tony gambles on a hidden strip of paydirt. Parker's crew works overtime to run both wash plants in hope of a big payoff. Rick scrambles to keep is small crew running.
Rick bets nearly all his gold on a new machine that could transform his operation. Tony resurrects an abandoned secret weapon. Parker hires new crew members to make up for lost time.
Competition erupts on Parker's teams, Tony finds lost gold and vets return.
Rick risks it all on a hunch and Tony mobilizes an arsenal to cash in.
Tony fires up another plant to haul in gold left behind by the old-timers.
Parker returns to Alaska to prospect new ground and expand his empire.
Parker lands his career's biggest haul and Tony resurrects a monster.
Parker brokers a deal with Tony to open a new cut on the Indian River.
Rick turns back to Monster Red with hopes of earning a record season.
Tony cleans up big, Fred's team begins to crack and Rick leaves his crew.
Parker's crew tallies up all the gold from the Last Cut and rushes to mine out the Airstrip Cut. Freddy and Juan answer an SOS call from Fred Lewis. Tony drains a massive holding pond to get his operation back up and running.
Parker and crew face a potentially catastrophic flood at the Airstrip Cut. Tony uncovers a secret patch of gold-rich ground at Paradise Hill and logs his biggest gold weigh of the year. Rick throttles up his operation with a new water system.