Great Bear Resources (TSXV: GBR) this morning released additional assay results from its ongoing $21 million drill program at its flagship Red Lake, Ontario property. The highlighted figure from this mornings data includes 18.58 g/t gold over 19.25 metres, which comes from hole BR-167, located ner the middle of the LP fault zone.
The highlighted figure was intersected at a depth of 287.25 metres, within a wider interval measuring 7.04 g/t gold over 54.55 metres, while containing multiple sub-intervals. The result comes from section 20050, which is where the closest drilling to date has been completed, with eight holes spaced 30-75 vertical metres apart.
Included in this mornings announcement was the news that over 100,000 metres of drilling has now been completed along the 11 kilometre long LP fault zone, through 180 drill holes.
A total of eight drill holes saw data released this morning, coming from a range of sections on the LP fault zone. Full data can be seen below.
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