Bayswater: 6,000 Metre Drilling Program Starts at Kilgore Gold Project

- June 10th, 2010

Bayswater Uranium reports that Otis Gold Corp has started a 6,000-metre, 30-core hole drilling program at its Kilgore gold project, Clark County, Idaho.
Drilling will be conducted on a 24-hour basis and will be spread between a minimum of 30 holes located throughout four quadrants encircling the deposit’s central Mine Ridge deposit area. The program is designed, […]

Bayswater Uranium reports that Otis Gold Corp has started a 6,000-metre, 30-core hole drilling program at its Kilgore gold project, Clark County, Idaho.

Drilling will be conducted on a 24-hour basis and will be spread between a minimum of 30 holes located throughout four quadrants encircling the deposit’s central Mine Ridge deposit area. The program is designed, in part, to convert inferred resource material into the drill indicated category and to drill in-fill and step-out holes to both upgrade the current resource and to test for further resource expansion, as well as closure, where the deposit remains open. Part of the drilling will also focus on in-filling and off-setting higher-grade historic intercepts near and along the Cabin Fault and its contact with an adjacent Tertiary rhyolite dome, the possible source of mineralization for the Kilgore gold system. The program will also concentrate on off-setting and extending to the south higher-grade intercepts found by Otis during its 2008 and 2009 drilling of the Kilgore deposit Mine Ridge core target area.

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