Radisson Mining – Exploration Update From O’Brien West And Trend 0, Plus 35,000 Meters To Be Assayed Or Completed By Q2 2022
Hubert Parent-Bouchard, CFO of Radisson Mining (TSX.V: RDS) (OTC: RMRDF), joins us to discuss both the big picture exploration results over the last few years as well as highlighting some of the recent drill intercepts at the flagship O’Brien Gold Project located along the world-renowned Larder Lake-Cadillac Break in Abitibi, Québec. Since 2019 the drill program has been expanded to over 130,000 meters, and we start off reviewing the very high over 70% hit rate success from the 176 holes drilled thus far, with over 130 returned with grades over 5 g/t gold.
We got into some of the recent high-grade drill results returned from the 2.5 km exploration target at O’Brien West announced January 27th, with a headline hole of 38.34 g/t over 2.00 m including 76.60 g/t over 1.00 m, and 5.84 g/t over 2.00 m including 11.20 g/t over 1.00 m (in hole OB-21-250). Next we shifted over to the drill results announced February 15th from the #O Trend with multiple high-grade intercepts including 59.79 g/t over 3.00 m and 13.55 g/t over 2.00 m, expanding mineralization laterally and at depth in the gap between current resources and the old O’Brien Mine. The Company awaits 9 directional drill holes here testing vertical and lateral depth, 5 of which returned visible gold.
Hubert outlined that the Company is still waiting on assays to be returned from 25,000 meters from the previously drilled 55 holes, of which 24 holes showed visible gold, and the bulk of them being from the #1 and #2 Trend. There are 2 series of 10,000 meters (approximately 20 holes) of directional drilling planned by mid-May, taking it up to 35,000 meters of drill holes either having assays returned or being completed by the end of Q2, 2022.
If anyone has any further questions for Hubert regarding Radisson Mining, then please email me at Shad@kereport.com.