West Red Lake Gold Mines (CSE: RLG) this morning announced that it is currently planning a summer drill program for its Rowan Gold property. Further, a 100 kilometre airborne magnetic survey has commenced on the property, focusing on the intersection of the NT Zone with the Pipestone Bay St Paul Deformation Zone.
The magnetic survey is being conducted roughly 10 metres above treetop levels through the use of a drone. The survey is to cover the intersection of the two zones, in addition to the NT Zone and the Rowan Gold deposit portion of the pipestone bay deformation zone. The goal of the survey is to find exploration targets for future drilling.
Drilling of the NT zone is to commence later this month during the second half of September, and is currently slated to continue through to November 2020. While the size of the program was not announced, drilling is currently planned to follow up on positive results from the southern portion of the zone, along with further drilling to be conducted along strike to the northeast.
“We are pleased to continue work at the NT Zone with ongoing drilling and to be exploring the adjacent Structural Intersection target area for future drill targets at this highly prospective area of the property.”John Kontak, President
Assay results from the previously completed drill program are to be released once all the results have been compiled and interpreted.
West Red Lake Gold Mines last traded at $0.16 on the CSE.
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