Thunder Gold cuts 941.0 g/t gold at Tower Mountain

Results from Thunder Gold’s (TSXV: TGOL) first three holes of phase one at Tower Mountain are in and exciting, according to the […]
Visible gold results from TM23-137 sample. Thunder Gold photo

Results from Thunder Gold’s (TSXV: TGOL) first three holes of phase one at Tower Mountain are in and exciting, according to the company’s CEO. The gold project is located 50 km west of Thunder Bay, Ont., in the Shebandowan Greenstone Belt. 

Highlights include: 

  • TM23-137 intersected 941.0 g/t gold over 1.5 metres with multiple sites of visible gold observed at a depth of 126.7 metres downhole within a broader interval averaging 1.81 g/t (capped at 30.0 g/t gold) over 41.0 metres. 
  • TM23-137 also intersected 0.77 g/t gold over 23.0 metres and 0.83 g/t gold over 58.0 metres. 
  • TM23-138 intersected 1.26 g/t gold over 17.5 metres and 0.71 g/t over 119.0 metres. 
  • TM23-136 intersected 0.68 g/t gold over 12.0 metres and 0.75 g/t gold over 11.7 metres. 
  • The three holes establish 200 metres of mineralized strike length along a previously untested north-south corridor. 
  • All three holes terminate in mineralization. 
  • This new zone, identified by geophysics, offers over 1000 metres of untested strike length and remains open in all directions. 

"Any time you come out of the gate with visible gold and the highest grade ever reported from a property with over 25,000 historical core samples, you've got to be excited,” said Wes Hanson, CEO of Thunder Gold. 

“We see a unique opportunity at Tower Mountain: a path towards a large-tonnage, low-grade gold discovery located in a premium mining jurisdiction, 50 kilometres from a major population centre, with year-round paved highway access, significant exploration upside, viable predictive tools and low exploration costs. Our goal is to rapidly demonstrate the potential for a large-tonnage, low-grade gold discovery," Hansen said.  

To learn more, visit  www.thundergoldcorp.com 

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