As we first reported back in November, Gold Rush star Todd Hoffman and his crew of miners are returning stateside next season to look for gold in their home state of Oregon. Although we previously narrowed down the location of the claim to Baker County, and even had some satellite imagery of the equipment already on site, we still didn’t have an exact location — until now!
On Friday night’s episode of Gold Rush, Todd Hoffman dropped a bombshell on his crew and on viewers when he responded to the potential sale of his current mining claim to rival Parker Schnabel by researching the possibility of mining in his home state of Oregon next season. Even though the crew had positive results in their first trial run of 100 cubic yards, it was still unclear if the Hoffmans would be returning stateside for Season 7 or not. So, we did some research to figure out the fate of the Hoffman crew for the 2016 mining season.
Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz took time out of his busy campaign schedule to talk with Gold Rush‘s Todd Hoffman on the phone in hopes of getting the reality star’s endorsement. It seems the conversation went well as Todd officially announced this weekend that he is Team Rubio. Keep reading for Todd’s full statement, and watch a video in which he talks about his decisions. Plus, Todd shares a major Gold Rush spoiler in regards to whether or not he will be leasing his claim from Parker Schnabel next season!
For fans (and avid detractors) of Gold Rush star Todd Hoffman and his family, we have two very interesting things to report! First, Todd announced earlier this year that he and the rest of the Hoffmans have a new family-based, prepper-themed spin-off reality show in the works. Second, seemingly confirming rumors that the Hoffman crew would be returning to the United States for the next gold mining season, online records indicate one of the family’s companies recently registered a gold mine in Oregon!
On Season 6 of Gold Rush we see Todd Hoffman and his crew returning to McKinnon Creek for the second year in a row, this time with a lofty goal of 2,700 oz of gold for the season. Also for the second year in a row, it appears as though the company that is leasing the McKinnon Creek claim to the Hoffmans has spoiled their season by revealing just how much gold they found in a press release!
Christo Doyle, Gold Rush Executive Producer and host of The Dirt, ended months of speculation by taking to Twitter and Periscope to announce the Gold Rush Season 6 premiere dates for the US and the UK! Plus, he revealed a two-minute preview trailer for what looks to be yet another dramatic season chock full of drama, blunders–and, of course, GOLD!
Any fan of Discovery’s popular reality series Gold Rush knows that Todd Hoffman is extremely skilled at…ummm… Well, anyways, who knew the portly aspiring miner has some mad basketball skillz?!? Todd took to his Facebook page yesterday to share a video of himself doing some fancy dribbling and even dunking by jumping over a car! Still, his on-screen rival Parker Schnabel was unimpressed, and the 21-year-old took to Facebook to do what Todd does so well — throw shade. (See what I did there?) Keep reading to watch the video, read Schnarker Schnabel’s comments, and also find out how you can get a job on the Hoffman Crew!
It appears as though Gold Rush star Todd Hoffman’s claim owner may have spilled the beans on how their 2014 mining season panned out! Keep reading for the spoiler as well as all kinds of information about the McKinnon Creek claim!