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ATAC Resources (TSXV:ATC) announced the start of Phase I drilling and exploration at its Rackla gold project in the Yukon. The Phase I program will focus on expanding discoveries at the Conrad Zone and Anubis Cluster within the Nadaleen trend.

ATAC Resources (TSXV:ATC) announced the start of Phase I drilling and exploration at its Rackla gold project in the Yukon. The Phase I program will focus on expanding discoveries at the Conrad Zone and Anubis Cluster within the Nadaleen trend.

As quoted in the press release, Phase I exploration objectives will include:

  • Shallow diamond drilling will continue to test the eastern portion of the Conrad Upper Zone where drilling to date has defined a strike length of 800 m;
  • Diamond drilling will target an untested area between the Conrad Upper and Middle zones;
  • Diamond drilling at the newly discovered Conrad Lower Zone will step out from
  • hole OS-14-230 which intersected 42.67 m of 3.03 g/t gold; and,
  • RAB drilling within the Anubis Cluster will target over 20 geochemical anomalies and potentially mineralized structures that lie beneath a thin cover of overburden.
  • The true-width for OS-14-230 is estimated to be 60% – 100% of the intersected width.

ATAC CEO, Graham Downs, said:

The Conrad Zone is the most advanced Carlin-type gold discovery within the Nadaleen Trend and continues to deliver significant gold mineralization from three distinct areas and remains open along strike and at depth. The 2015 exploration and drilling program is designed to cost-effectively expand mineralized zones at Conrad and refine targets within the Anubis Cluster for future drilling.

Click here to read the ATAC Resources (TSXV:ATC) press release

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