CHIHUAHUA STATE, Mexico The latest drill results released by GAMMON LAKE RESOURCES from its Ocampo gold project appear to indicate the presence of high-grade mineralization well below the limit of historic mining and in areas not previously mined. Hole OGDH-13 assayed a spectacular 32.3 g/t Au and 800 g/t Ag over 1.5 m.
These and other encouraging results have spurred Gammon to begin an underground exploration and development program. Drilling from underground should define known structures and discover new high-grade zones. When infill drilling is complete, the company believes it can start mining.
The Ocampo history dates back to the first gold and silver production in 1806. This district is noted for its high-grade "clavos" or ore shoots. Between 1939 and 1941 a single shoot yielded 3.8 tonnes Au and 59 tonnes Ag. Gammon's current program aims to discover additional clavos.
Go to www.gammonlake.com and check the What's New section for the full-colour illustrated report of the latest drill results.