Red Dead Redemption 2 Jack Hall Gang - Gold bars - Treasure Map Locations

Jack Hall Gang maps are one subset of the treasure maps you can find in Red Dead Redemption 2, that will reward you with 2 gold bars at the end. All of them are drawings, made by members of the gang, which point towards places where they’ve burried their loot. Getting the drawing is only half the problem – once you’ve got it, you’ll have to figure out where the location in represents is, based on the included landmarks. If any part of this proves to be too hard, we’ll help you with our Red Dead Redemption 2 Jack Hall Gang treasure map locations guide.

Jack Hall Gang Map 1

In order to get the first map, you should talk to Maximo, a treasure hunter and professional bonvivant. You’ll find him north of Bard’s Crossing, on a cliff overlooking the Dakota river. He’ll sell you the map for $10. The drawing shows a rocky hill with two spires to the right. There’s a tiny settlement at the foot of the hill, and what looks like a river.

The hill on the picture is Caliban’s Seat. You’ll find it northeast from where you meet Maximo, across the river. If you look at the hill from the northeastern side, your view will match the picture. Climb on top of it, then descend onto the ledge once you reach a camp site. Follow the ledge until you see a hole in the cliff. That’s where you’ll find your treasure, and the next map.

Jack Hall Gang Map 2 Location

The next map will lead you to Cotorra Springs, a secluded place in the north of Mbarino, east of Bacchus station. When you get there, you’ll notice several pools of clear water, and three steaming craters – possibly geysers. If you look at the drawing, you might get an idea where to look for the treasure. There’s a cluster of small rock formations to the west – the treasure (along with the next map) is in one of them.

Jack Hall Gang Map 3 Location

The third drawing points to a tiny island in the middle of a lake, with a tall fire tree. The lake in question is O’Creagh’s Run, which is in the Grizzlies East, northeast of Valentine and east from the previous map. You should approach the island from the peninsula on the western side, to avoid drowning. Once you’re on the island, look for a loose rock. When you lift it, you’ll find the treasure under it.


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