Mobilization has now begun for Grande Portage Resources (TSXV: GPG) and their planned 2022 drill program. The company has seen its crew and equipment begin the process of readying for the previously announced 10,000 metre drill program at the firms flagship gold property.
Located in Alaska, the Herbert gold project will see multiple targets drill tested under the 2022 program. As a follow-up to the program conducted last year, the company is looking to test the main mineralized structures found on the property, which are in excess of 500 metres deep. Drilling will also intersect shallower structures in the process which are found along strike.
“We are really looking forward to this upcoming drill season. Every indication we have is that mineralization will extend to depth within the Herbert gold project. We are laser focused in our efforts to expand the Herbert’s high grade resource during the 2022 program,” commented CEO Ian Klassen.
Deep drilling is planned for the Goat, Main and Deep Trench veins, with mineralization presently showing no signs of weakening at depth. The program will also look to test the eastern extensions of the Deep Trench, Floyd, and Elusive veins.
The company has previously indicated it intends to conduct at least thirteen drill holes under the program, along with continued mapping and trench sampling on site.
Grande Portage Resources last traded at $0.32 on the TSX Venture.
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