Vizsla Resources (TSXV: VZLA) this morning released further assay results from its ongoing drill program at its Panuco silver-gold project in Mexico. Highlight results released this morning included 1,909 g/t silver equivalent over 2.42 metres, including an intersection of 10,019 g/t silver equivalent over 0.43 metres.
A total of eight new holes were released this morning, all of which come from the Napoleon prospect. The company emphasized results from two of the holes, including hole NP-20-54 as highlight above, which translates to 86.5 grams per tonne silver, 18.45 g/t gold, 1.27% lead and 3.36% zinc over 2.42 metres true width at a depth of 317.23 metres.
Also highlighted was hole NP-20-49, which posted 237 g/t silver equivalent over 6.0 metres, including 842 g/t silver equivalent over 1.45 metres. The hole on an unconverted basis was made up of 63.0 g/t silver, 1.54 g/t gold, 0.23% lead and 1.24% zinc, at a depth of 163.3 metres.
The company has indicated it intends to trial ground EM in mid-February to search for similar mineralization to that of what it has found at the Napolean, Papayo and Tajitos prospects. The results this morning expanded mineralization by 170 metres vertically, while remaining open to the south, north and at depth.
Full results released this morning can be found here.
Vizsla Resources last traded at $1.56 on the TSX Venture.
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