West Red Lake Gold Mines (CSE: RLG) this morning provided an update to its currently ongoing exploration program at its flagship West Red Lake Gold project. The company is currently undertaking a 16-hole drill program targeting mineralization between surface and the first level of the historic Rowan Mine on the property.
The company is currently looking to outline a potential bulk sample to be assessed from surface. Little drilling has historically taken place above this first level of the mine, with sampling suggesting the potential for gold-rich bulk sampling to occur along a 200 metre strike.
The Rowan Gold Deposit is known to host several gold zones across a 1800 metre portion of the Pipestone Bay St Paul Deformation zone. The zone currently hosts the firms flagship mineral resource estimate, which consists of 1.1 million inferred ounces of gold at an average grade of 7.57 g/t.
“A potential surface bulk sample at the Rowan Mine could provide good information for future processing of mineralized material from the Rowan Mine Gold Deposit. We are also very pleased to be exploring the northern portion of the NT Zone to expand gold mineralization further along strike on the property.”John Kontak, President Of West Red Lake
West Red Lake Gold last traded at $0.085 on the CSE.
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