Great Bear Resources (TSXV: GBR) this morning issued a brief news release, revealing further drilling assays from a total of three holes drilled on the same section of the LP Fault at its flagship Dixie Project. The highlight from this mornings results consists of 13.38 g/t gold over 18.15 metres.
The highlight result comes from hole BR0253, with mineralization being intersected at a depth of 29.85 metres. Also highlighted by the company was hole BR-250B, which saw several intervals of mineralization, including 4.90 g/t gold over 16.50 metres and 4.25 g/t gold over 57.00 metres.
The latest drill results come from holes drilled on 25 metre spacing, as the company works to conduct a tighter drill pattern on the property. The company intends to drill a total of 100 drill sections by the end of the year in this manner along a total of 4 kilometres of strike
Great Bear Resources last traded at $15.01 on the TSX Venture.
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