Dryden Gold – Focused On Exploration In The Dryden Gold District Of Ontario

Trey Wasser, CEO and Director of Dryden Gold Corp (TSX.V: DRY) (OTC: DRYGF), joins me for an introduction to this junior resource company focused on exploration across the Dryden Gold District, in Northwestern Ontario, Canada.   The Dryden Gold District is many kilometers of mineralized trend, and incorporates three main areas:  The Gold Rock Camp, Tremblay, and Lower Manitou.


We discuss how the company came together focused on gold exploration in this district, the historical exploration work completed on their project, the 3,000 meters of drilling the company has completed thus far at Gold Rock, with some step-out assays still pending, and the drilling plans over the next few months and the summer field work strategy. 


Trey also gives us his background along with profiling the industry experience of Dryden Gold’s management team and board of directors, and also breaks down their relationship with strategic shareholder Alamos Gold, an other key strategic shareholders like Rob McEwen, Eric Sprott, Adrian Day, and a few institutional funds. We wrap up getting the financial health of the company, share structure, and key news on tap in the year to come. 


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    Apr 02, 2024 02:56 AM

    Ex has been absent from the posting forum because he has been hanging with the intelligentsia at Moe’s beach bum bar in Miami. Life never gets boring for the rich and famous! LOL! DT

      Apr 02, 2024 02:08 PM

      Haha! Good one DT. Yeah, I took a little time away from posting on the forum over the long holiday weekend, as I was out skiing on Good Friday and Easter, and then had a health situation arise where I was out of pocket yesterday.

      I’m back in the saddle today though, which is why I put out my “Week In Review and the Week Ahead” article once I sized up the gold, silver, copper, uranium, oil charts and trends.

      Nice to see gold and silver continuing to break out, and some of the PM stocks getting more peppy lately.