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GOLD: Atac cuts 16+ metres of 6.76 g/t at Rackla project

YUKON – Vancouver-based Atac Resources has completed a 12-hole campaign at the Sunrise and Isis East zones at the eastern end of its Rackla gold project in the central portion of the territory. The Sunrise zone returned notable...



YUKON – Vancouver-based Atac Resources has completed a 12-hole campaign at the Sunrise and Isis East zones at the eastern end of its Rackla gold project in the central portion of the territory. The Sunrise zone returned notable intersections of 16.76 metres grading 6.76 g/t Au and 19.81 metres grading 5.54 g/t Au.

Atac says the Sunrise zone trends upwards and appears to merge with the core of the Osiris zone 300 metres to the west. The expansion of these two zones into a single combined gold target will be a focus of future exploration.

The Isis East zone lies 600 metres southwest of the Sunrise zone. The longest intersections there were 18.60 metres at 1.20 g/t Au, 21.87 metres at 2.62 g/t, and 17.12 metres at 1.07 g/t Au.

Drill hole cross-sections and plan view maps for the Sunrise and Isis East Zones can be viewed on the Company’s website at AtacResources.com.