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Massive Sulphide continues 200m East for Golden Goliath near Red Lake

Mar 25, 2021

Golden Goliath continues to drill the large IP anomaly on the north shore of Beauregard Lake called the whale anomaly, with drill hole K21-23 being completed on line 2000E to a depth of 152m.

A 3m core length of massive and bedded sulphides was intersected with pyrite, minor chalcopyrite and pyrrhotite. This intersection is at the same depth as the sulphide zone in drill hole K21-22 at 120-124m, or 60m below surface. The intercepts are 200m or 660 feet apart on strike and in a zone parallel to the Pakwash Fault. Thin rhyoliite zones have been noted in K21-23 on the south side of the sulphide zone which itself is hosted in basalt. Both sulphide intercepts were guided by the strong metal factor anomaly that resulted from the sharp low resistivity of 10 ohm metres.

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