A-J Gold Project Drilling Update by Belmont Resources
Belmont Resources Ltd. (TSX.V: BEA; FSE: L3L2), a diversified mining company, has released initial findings from its 2023 drilling campaign at the A-J Gold Project in southern British Columbia. Focusing on two key zones, the company’s exploration efforts have shed light on significant mineralization.
South Zone Drill Results Confirm Mineralization
Drill holes labeled AJ23-06 through AJ23-09 in the South Zone have revealed over 100 meters of alteration, characterized by extensive silicic and phyllic activity accompanied by sulphide mineralization. Noteworthy gold intercepts include AJ23-07, which yielded 3.8 meters at 0.4 g/t Au, and AJ23-08, which intercepted 1.1 meters at 1.1 g/t Au. These findings suggest proximity to a deeper copper-gold porphyry system, potentially linked to Belmont’s CBC property.
Upcoming 2024 Drilling Focus
Belmont Resources plans to further explore the Jackpot gold mine area and the major Jackpot fault through its 2024 drilling program. The aim is to reach depths of 300-500 meters to better understand the porphyry at depth or to uncover surface mineral feeder zones.
About Belmont Resources
Belmont Resources operates multiple projects with a focus on copper, gold, lithium, uranium, and rare earths across North America. The company’s diverse project portfolio includes the Athelstan-Jackpot (A-J) project, currently under exploration for deep-seated mineralization trends.
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