Scottie Resources – New Drill Assays Return 28.2 g/t Gold Over 4.0 Meters And Extends Depth Of Mineralization to 525 Meters At Blueberry
Brad Rourke, President and CEO of Scottie Resources (TSX.V:SCOT – OTCQB:SCTSF), joins us to recap the next batch of high-grade gold drillhole assays that have been released from the Fifi and Lemoffe vein zones along the Blueberry Contact as well from the C Zone, from this year’s 20,000 meter drill program in the Golden Triangle of British Columbia.
- Drillhole SR23-268 targeted the Fifi – Lemoffe – Tupelo vein zones, intersecting 8.78 grams per tonne (g/t) gold over 7.5 metres (m) and 28.2 g/t gold over 4.00 m
- Drillhole SR23-265 targeted the Lemoffe vein zone, intersecting 5.50 g/t gold over 3.85 m
- Intercept of 6.50 g/t gold over 1.0 m represents the deepest intercept to date of the Blueberry Contact Zone, at a vertical depth of over 525 m from surface indicating continuity at depth
- C Zone drillhole SR23-257 intersected 4.12 g/t gold over 6.45 m including 89 g/t silver (
- Increased silver content (relative to gold) is consistent with other drilling in the southern extension of the Blueberry Contact Zone
We have Brad break down the significance of the Blueberry Contact Zone continuing along strike to the south, as well as pushing further down at depth, show the system is still open in both directions to continue making new discoveries and expand the mineralized footprint. Additionally, the exploration team at Scottie Resources is still very encouraged about the drill results coming back from the C Zone and other holes still to release from the C & D veins as well as the Scottie Mine area. There are still 50% of the drill holes from this year’s exploration program still to release to the market in the months to come.
- In full disclosure, Shad is a shareholder of Scottie Resources at the time of this recording