Dolly Varden Silver (TSXV: DV) has extended the limits of silver mineralization at the Wolf vein through wide-spaced step-out drilling. According to the company, mineralization remains wide open for expansion, with further assays pending from the 2022 season.
Drill hole DV22-316 intersected wide, high-grade mineralization in multiple vein and breccia phases at Wolf, over 200 metres down plunge from previously reported drill hole DV22-300 that intersected 19.9 metres (13.9 metres true width) averaging 584 g/t silver, 0.92% lead, 0.56% zinc and 0.19 g/t gold.
In addition, drill hole DV22-311 intersected similar style mineralization grading 412 g/t silver, 0.82% lead and 2.14% zinc over 12.80 metres (5.38 metres true width) located 400 metres down dip of mineralization in DV22-300.
"Dolly Varden Silver's wide-spaced, step-out drilling this season has more than doubled the strike length of the Wolf deposit, as well as extending high-grade silver mineralization to over 750 metres in dip extent. The highest grades are within robust, vein-hosted mineralization that is potentially amenable to underground bulk mining methods. We eagerly anticipate additional drilling results from the 2022 season at Wolf, Homestake Main, Homestake Silver and Red Point,” said Shawn Khunkhun, president and CEO.
All of Dolly Varden’s properties are located in the Kitsault Valley of British Columbia.
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