GT Gold drills 53 m of 10 g/t Au, 46 g/t Ag at Tatogga
Mr. Paul Harbidge reports
GT GOLD DRILLS 53.73 METRES OF 10.00 G/T AU, 46.84 G/T AG AT SADDLE SOUTH
GT Gold Corp. has released results from the final four drill holes from its 15,000-metre phase 2 exploration program at its 100-per-cent-owned Tatogga property in northwest British Columbia. The drill holes were drilled at the Saddle South gold-silver vein system and were the only holes drilled there in the 2019 campaign. All drill holes have now been reported from 2019 drilling at both the Saddle North copper-gold porphyry system and at Saddle South.
Drill holes TTD135, TTD137, TTD139 and TTD140 were westerly inclined holes that were drilled obliquely across the general east-west trend of the western part of the westerly plunging Saddle South mineralized vein field, from near the top of Saddle South ridge, close to where the 2017 discovery holes were drilled. The 2019 holes were drilled at high angles to the general trend of previously drilled Saddle South holes. The primary objective was to obtain oriented core data to better understand the controls on mineralization and to collect a representative metallurgical sample from the target.
- Published: 17 January 2020
- Written by Editor