Big Gold (CSE: BG) this morning reported fresh field sample results from its Martin Kenty Project, found near Kenora, Ontario. The results come from a field exploration program conducted in the fall of 2022.
The fall work program included prospecting and sampling as the company works to identify priority exploration targets ahead of a potential drill program. Prospecting is said to have occurred on portions of newly acquired claims, as well as original claims on the property that previously were not sampled.
The samples are said to have returned values as high as 8.37 g/t gold, with a second sample registering at 8.04 g/t gold. Of the 44 grab samples collected, 14 returned values in excess of 0.50 g/t gold.
The samples are said to have been collected on the mainland on regions accessible year-round from existing mining and forestry roads.
“It’s encouraging to see strong gold assays from some initial work at our recently expanded property package, as well as from new areas we started to explore on our existing ground. [..] The work our field team did provides us with advanced targets and lays the groundwork for further target evaluation and development of initial drill targets,” commented CEO Scott Walters.
Big Gold last traded at $0.03 on the CSE.
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