Gold Lion Resources (CSE: GL) has begun what it refers to as its inaugural drill program at its Robber Gulch property located in Idaho. Drilling at the Carlin-type gold property has officially commenced, with drill crews having been mobilized to site.
The company has previously released that it has received approval from the Bureau of Land Management to allow up to five drill sites on the property, which is located near Burley, Idaho. All drill sites are said to be accessible by well maintained roads, while temperate weather conditions enable year-round drilling.
In terms of the size of the drill program, little details have been released by the company with respect to the total planned metres of drilling. Gold Lion has indicated that they intend to “drill as many meters as possible prior to the holiday break.” The first planned hole is on BLM land, with drilling to target outcrops located on Sawtooth National Forest Land where previous rock samples have yielded 6.49 g/t gold.
Furthermore, the company is currently in the process of preparing and submitting a trenching and drilling permit application for this national forest. The region has demonstrated the best soil and rock sampling results on the Robber Gulch property to date.
Gold Lion Resources last traded at $0.28 on the CSE.
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