Fury Gold Mines – A Dive Into The 2023 Exploration Plans At Eau Claire, Outlining 3 Key Goals
Today, Fury Gold Mines (TSX:FURY – NYSE:FURY) announced this year’s exploration plans at the Eau Claire Project in the James Bay region of Quebec. The Company sates 3 key goals of the 15,000-20,000 meter drill program. These goals are: 1)continuing expansion of the high-grade Eau Claire resource; 2) following up on the 2022 success at the Percival Prospect 14 kilometres (km) to the east of Eau Claire; and 3) advancing several early-stage exploration targets along the Cannard Deformation Zone to the drill ready stage.
Tim Clark, President and CEO and Bryan Atkinson, Senior VP of Exploration at Fury Gold Mines joins me to dive into the news release and focus on each of the 3 goals. We start with the Western Hinge Target, see Figure 1 below, to outline the target and where the current resource is located. Next we move to the Percival Prospect, see Figure 2 below, and where those drill holes will be located. Finally we discuss the newer, early stage targets along the Cannard Deformation Zone.
If you have any follow up questions for the team at Fury Gold Mines please email me at Fleck@kereport.com.
Figure 1: Eau Claire Deposit long section area illustrating the resource block model and locations of the proposed 2023 Drilling in relation to previous drilling.
Figure 2: Percival Long Section depicting the proposed locations of the 2023 follow-up drilling targeting the continuation of a steeply west plunging fold.