Young Parker sets an outrageous season goal of 2,000 ounces. Tony Beets, The Viking, buys a 75-year-old gold catching dredge. And Todd Hoffman is left a broken man without a crew and with no plans to mine.
Todd gets his washplant stuck in a river, Tony nearly crushes his son beneath a conveyor, and Parker is forced to mine a swamp.
Parker fights with his crew over running at night. Tony twists a vital steel frame on the dredge. Todd, Jack and Thurber tackle their first clean up.
Todd is forced to sell his gold to get the mining equipment he needs, Parker hauls his washplant across the claim and Tony takes to the skies to get from his claim to the gold dredge.
Dave agrees to work with the Hoffman crew under a new agreement. Tony has a near miss while removing the heaviest part of the dredge and Parker fights with Rick when he opens up untested ground.
Dave and Todd clash over how to mine frozen ground. Tony’s daughter Monica gets stuck in a bad situation. Parker’s hopes are drowned by multiple issues including a flooded cut.
Todd needs to find a 100 ounce down payment to make a big purchase. Parker spends a quarter of a million dollars on new equipment. Tony attempts to remove the wheelhouse from his 75 year old gold dredge.
Parker goes for his best clean up so far this season, Tony attempts to rip the trommel out of his 75 year old gold dredge and the Hoffman crew is stunned by the death of an old crew member.
The Hoffmans overcome a lack of water to get a monster clean up. Tony finally gets his dredge on the way to its new home in Eureka Creek. Parker gets the biggest gold clean up in Gold Rush history.
Parker Schnabel totals his car in a head on collision. The Hoffman crew rock trucks go head to head on a dangerous haul road and Tony Beets finally starts to rebuild his 75 year old gold mining dredge.
Parker and his grandpa go hunting for a new Klondike Claim. Tony’s operation grinds to a halt when his dredge crew runs out of bolts. Todd’s crew discards paydirt which causes a major financial loss.
Todd and Dave butt heads over how to mine, but end up with the biggest reward they’ve seen all season. Tony and Parker go to war over bedrock gold and Minnie Beets steals Tony’s dredge crew to work their family mine.
Logan has an accident with the rock truck as the Hoffman crew aims for their biggest gold weigh in of the season. Parker faces disaster when he discovers his new cut is frozen solid and Tony struggles to install the heaviest part of his dredge.
Todd and Dave get a pair of dozers stuck in deep mud while trying to open a new cut. Parker breaks an excavator as his crew struggles with frozen ground and Tony’s mad rush to get his dredge finished ends up costing him big time.
Parker mines an island of paydirt, the Hoffman crew puts two rock trucks out of commission and Tony discovers a major electrical problem.
Parker diverts a creek to mine a pile of gold in the riverbed and Tony’s crew has a meltdown over fitting the tailings conveyor. Jack is accused of sabotaging the washplant.
The Klondike winter freezes the Hoffman's sluicebox. Tony’s attempt to run his dredge is derailed when he discovers he has lost part of his bucket line. Equipment breakdowns stand between Parker and the best gold of the season.
The Hoffman crew makes a desperate bid to hit their season goal. Tony’s attempt to run his million dollar gold dredge ends in a shipwreck. Parker fights the big freeze as he pushes to hit his 2.4 million dollar goal.
Parker's crew is reluctant to continue on after the season ends in the freezing fields of the Klondike. The Hoffman's acquire a 75 year old dredge and Tony is determined to battle the big freeze to claim gold that they need for the season.