Eagle Hill Exploration (TSXV:EAG) announced that one of the recently-drilled holes returned 10.59 g/t gold over 24.0 meters at the Windfall Lake Gold Deposit in Northwestern Quebec.
As quoted in the press release:
Drill hole EAG-12-418 returned 10.59 g/t gold over 24.0 meters from an altered porphyry dyke cross-cutting a rhyolite unit at only 60 meters below the surface on section 2100 E.
Two other drill holes tested the eastern extension of the gold mineralization on section 2800 E. Drill hole EAG-12-413 intersected a wide mineralized interval assaying 3.1 g/t gold over 26.3 meters at only 50 meters below surface. Drill hole EAG-12-414 intersected the depth extension of the wide zone reported above and assayed 6.65 g/t gold over 3.0 meters. The two intersections are located 60 meters to the southeast of Zone 27 and occur in a porphyry dyke. These gold intersections indicate the possibility for an additional near surface zone, similar to the Zone 27 Upper Extension.