Narrator: TONY HAS ONLY MINED
GROUND DOWNSTREAM OF HIS CAMP. HE ALSO OWNS CLAIMS UPSTREAM,
CLOSE TO A NEIGHBOR’S AIRSTRIP. OVER THE LAST SIX YEARS, HE’S LEASED A NUMBER
OF CLAIMS TO PARKER, AND WITH THESE CLAIMS, HE HANDED
OVER THE WATER LICENSE, WHICH GOES ALL THE WAY
TO HIS CAMP. Kevin: YEAH.
MAKE IT WORK. AND YOU HAVE TO BE NICE,
SERIOUSLY. SO I’M NOT GONNA GET
YOUR PERMISSION TO PULL WATER
FROM YOUR PROPERTY? Narrator: LAST SEASON, TONY DENIED PARKER
ACCESS TO WATER, STOPPING HIM FROM
MINING HIS OWN GROUND. THIS YEAR, TONY’S ONLY OPTION
DEPENDS ON PARKER AGREEING TO SHARE
HIS WATER LICENSE. Parker: NOT TOO BAD.
COFFEE? HOW WAS YOUR WINTER? WE’RE DEFINITELY UP AGAINST IT
WITH THESE LICENSING ISSUES. ♪♪ YEAH. OH, NOW WE’RE
BUDDYING UP? WHAT HAPPENED
LAST SPRING, TONY? WHAT YOU’RE SAYING
IS THAT THAT… BASICALLY, I’VE GOT CONTROL
WHETHER YOU CAN MINE OR NOT. GIVE ME ONE GOOD REASON NOT TO TELL YOU
TO GO [BLEEP] YOURSELF.