A Wallbridge Mining worker logs core samples on the firm’s Fenelon gold challenge. Credit score: Wallbridge Mining.
The primary reported gap of 13 drilled this summer season into exploration targets on the Casault property in northwestern Quebec returned 2 metres grading 6.85 grams gold per tonne ranging from a depth of 254.4 metres, Wallbridge Mining (TSX: WM) says.
“We thought the Casualt property is a potential space and that’s why we optioned it from Midland Exploration, and our first gap hit mineralization with seen gold,” Marz Kord, Wallbridge Mining’s president and CEO, says in an interview. “It’s actually not the grade—2 metres of six or seven grams, which was good—however it’s the truth that we went into an space that hasn’t seen any drilling for kilometres, and if you hit in your first gap, it’s a testomony to our staff of geologists and likewise the prospectivity of the land bundle.