Phase I was designed to determine the lateral extent of the mineralization at Windy Flats North by stepping out approximately 300 ft from closely spaced historic drilling results. Of the ten (10) holes drilled, eight (8) encountered gold intercepts greater than or equal to 10 feet with gold grades greater than 0.1 g/t. These intercepts may slightly exaggerate the true thickness of mineralization given the vertical orientation of the holes and moderate dip to the east of the mineralized zone.
Significant gold intercepts for Phase I are presented in Table 1. The highest gold grade encountered was 2.58 g/t in PG19-002 between 155 and 160 feet. No significant silver grades were encountered.
Drilling results at Windy Flats North suggest that the mineralization is open to the northeast along strike and down-dip, thins to the north and south, and is closed to the west by intersection with an erosional surface presently overlain by thick overburden. Patriot considers the historic drillhole results validated by the 2019 drilling, and interprets the 2019 drill results as a positive indication of potential mineralization at depth in the northeastern portion of the Windy Flats North target area.
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