Big Gold Outlines Exploration Program For Recently Acquired Tabor Project

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Big Gold (CSE: BG) is chomping at the bit to begin exploring its recently acquired Tabor Project, found near Thunder Bay, Ontario. Exploration of the property is slated to begin next month, and follows the recent success of exploration programs conducted at nearby properties.

“We look to move briskly towards spring exploration and to capitalize on the high levels of interest in the area based on our neighbours producing excellent numbers through drilling this year. Members of our technical team are well versed in the area, having worked on several properties close by, resulting in a high degree of confidence that we can join our neighbours by uncovering a quality gold asset in the Thunder Bay district,” commented CEO Scott Walters.

Exploration of the Tabor project is set to include control grid line cutting, a magnetic and induced polarization program, geological mapping and sampling, and a till sampling program. A historical desktop study of compiling historic work conducted at the Tabor project is also to be conducted to enable priority targeting to take place.

The company has also indicated on its website that it intends to conduct an initial drill program before the end of the year of between 1,500 and 3,000 metres in aggregate at the property.

Geological and mineralization characteristics at the Tabor project are currently believed to be similar to the nearby Moss Gold Project, owned by Goldshore Resources, that last week was reported to have intersected 2.17 g/t gold over 50.4 metres, and 6.69 g/t gold over 15.1 metres, and which hosts a resource estimate of 4.17 million ounces of inferred gold at 1.1 g/t.

Other recent successes in the vicinity of Tabor includes the Delta-1 Gold project, owned by Delta Resources, which on Thursday reported an intercept of 1.29 g/t gold over 97.0 metres.

Big Gold last traded at $0.055 on the CSE.

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