Reyna Gold – Exploration Samples At La Republicana, Las Carmelitas, and Western Targets report High-Grades of Precious, Base and Critical Metals
Michael Wood, CEO and Director of Reyna Gold Corp. (TSX.V: REYG) (OTCQB: REYGF), joins us for an exploration update at the flagship La Gloria Project, a 24,215 ha area located along the Mojave-Sonora Megashear trend in Sonora, Mexico. We start off by highlighting the range of minerals found on this district-scale land package ranging from precious metals – gold and silver, and base metals – copper and lead, to critical minerals – antimony, and tellurium. It reflects the large discovery potential of important key metals along the land package, and the company is vectoring in the key drill targets to commence in March of this year.
The company has been doing district-scale ongoing mapping, soil sampling, and Mag surveys to continue to refine targets at 5 main zones: La Republicana, Western, Las Carmelitas, Main Zone, and El Sombrero. The exploration team is also working on the IP survey over these 5 targets to be able to overlap that data with the previous layers of data to hone in on the most prospective drill targets for 2023. We discuss the 3 key areas of focus from the press release on Jan 19th highlighting the soil results and potential at depth from the Las Carmelitas, La Rebulicana and Western Targets, and what has the exploration team interested in getting drills on the ground on these areas in the next few months.