Snowline Gold – Drill Results From the Valley Zone, Rogue Project, Intersects 414.5M of 1.5 G/T Gold

July 31, 2023

Scott Berdahl, CEO of Snowline Gold (TSX.V:SGD – OTCQB:SNWGF) joins me to recap the recent drill results from the Valley Zone on the Rogue Project in the Yukon.  Holes 35 and 36 were released on July 15th. Hole 36 was the headline hole intersecting 2.92 g/t Au over 143.5 m (from 23 meters) within broader mineralized interval averaging 1.53 g/t Au over 414.5 m from surface. Hole 35 returned 1.01 g/t Au over 396.5 m from surface. To see where the holes were drilled refer to Figure 1, from the news release, posted below.


I have Scott explain the location of these holes and what they mean for expanding and better understanding the gold mineralized footprint. We also refer to a number of figures within the news release that provide more detail on the full results.


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Click here to visit the Snowline Gold website to read over the full news release and view all the Figures we refer to. 



Figure 1 – Plan view of the Rogue Project’s Valley target showing analytical results from previous and current drilling, along with approximate traces of current holes. The higher grades encountered at the top of V-23-036 extend the broad, NW-SE corridor of near-surface, multiple-gram-per-tonne gold mineralization by roughly 75 m to the southeast of the section containing V-22-014 and V-22-007. Hole V-23-035 extends the known limit of mineralization to the southwest, and demonstrates strong, continuous gold mineralization along the margin of the higher-grade zone. Given the overhead perspective, the bottom of V-23-035 appears to interrupt higher-grade mineralization seen in V-23-007 and V-23-034, but these results are several hundred metres below the mineralization in these holes. Better context is given by Figure 3, showing section A-A’.