The Hercules prospect is within the wider Tropicana North project in Western Australia’s north-eastern Goldfield’s region where drilling will continue throughout Q1, 2022.
Gold and base metals explorer Carawine Resources has a knack for hitting high-grade gold –yesterday the final four reverse circulation (RC) holes confirmed the extent of the +1gram per tonne gold zone over the 900m combined strike at Big Freeze and it seems to be continuing, this time at Hercules.
The latest assays from diamond drilling at Hercules include 6m at 3.01g/t gold from 251m, including 5m at 3.46 g/t gold from 252m and 1.05m at 10.7 g/t gold from 252.85m where the company is expanding the high-grade zone and strike of mineralisation at about 250m below surface.
These intervals extend mineralisation down-plunge to the northeast, including the +10gram-metre high-grade zone to around 250m depth.
Carawine says drilling aims to define the geology, structure, and grade characteristics of gold mineralisation while extending it along strike and at depth.