Bohemian-Schooner Zone Drilling Intersects 24.0 m of 1.47 g/t Gold, Brewery Creek Project, Yukon
VANCOUVER, March 15, 2012 /PRNewswire/ – Golden Predator Corp. (TSX: GPD) (the “Company”) is pleased to announce the results from an additional
14 diamond drill holes completed in late 2011 from the
Bohemian-Schooner Zone at its flagship Brewery Creek Project located
near Dawson City, Yukon. Significant results include:
-- BC11-346 with 24.0 m of 1.47 g/t gold from a depth of 56.0 m including 7.5 m of 3.54 g/t gold; and -- BC11-352 with 28.7 m of 0.96 g/t gold from a depth of 80.8 m.
A complete table of results and location maps can be found on the
Company’s website at:
Bohemian-Schooner Zone Geology
The Bohemian Schooner Zone is a strongly mineralized, steeply dipping
structural corridor that strikes east northeast. The corridor
intersects a lower angle tabular mineralized zone in strongly altered
quartz monzonite sills. The Zone sits approximately 500 m east of the
Lucky deposit, the nearest past producing area, and is over 1 km in
length and is open along strike to the east and at depth.
Hole BC11-378 intersected sporadic mineralization up to 1.90 g/t over 5
separate intervals but did not meet the criteria for listing in the
above table. Holes BC11-372, BC11-377, BC11-379 and BC11-381 did not
intercept significant mineralization.
Brewery Creek Project Update
The Company completed 344 core and RC holes for 55,453 m at Brewery
Creek in 2011. The 2011 drilling was concentrated on delineating the
three 2011 discoveries at the Bohemian-Schooner, Sleeman and Classic
Zones, with significant additional drilling on the North Slope and the
East and West Big Rock Zones.
Current year drilling will concentrate on further expansion of the
Sleeman, Classic and Bohemian- Schooner Zones as well as exploration of
a number of quality targets resulting from 2011 geochemical and
geophysical surveys of the Project area.
The Brewery Creek Project is a past producing heap leach gold mining
operation with a total of 278,484 oz Au produced from seven
near-surface oxide deposits along the property’s Reserve Trend from
1996 through 2002, when the mine (operated by Viceroy Resource
Corporation) shut down due to low gold prices. The 200 km(2) property is located 55 km due east of Dawson City, accessible by paved
and gravel roads from the junction of the North Klondike and Dempster
Highways. In May 2011 the Company staked an additional 204 quartz
claims east of the historic Brewery Creek property, increasing the
Project to a total of 997 quartz claims.
The Project is in receipt of all necessary permits required to conduct
additional exploration. The Brewery Creek Project is authorized under a
Type A Water License with an expiry date of December 31, 2021, subject
to the restrictions and conditions contained in the Yukon Water Act and
Regulations. The Project also has a Mining license with an expiry date
of December 31, 2021. In addition, a Socio-Economic Accord with
Tr’ondek Hwech’in First Nation with respect to the Brewery Creek
Project is in place.
The Company anticipates receiving a NI 43-101 compliant resource
estimate, currently underway, in April 2012. The resource estimate
will include all results from the 2011 drill program.
Sampling Methodology, Quality Control and Assurance
Samples were fire assayed for gold by ALS Chemex and ACME Laboratories
in Vancouver. All assays are reported as drilled intervals and are not
to be interpreted as true widths. Refer to the Company’s news release
dated October 27, 2011 for a complete discussion of sampling methods,
quality control and assurance.
The technical content of this news release has been reviewed and
approved by Michael Maslowski, BSc, CPG, the Company’s Chief Operating
Officer and a Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument
About Golden Predator Corp.
Golden Predator Corp., Yukon’s Gold Company, is mandated to become a mid-tier gold producer. Golden Predator’s
road-accessible advanced properties include its flagship Brewery Creek
Project at which the Company is moving aggressively to a near term
production decision, as well as its Grew Creek and Clear Creek
Golden Predator has one of the largest controlled land positions in the
Yukon, with exploration holdings in excess of 1,000,000 acres, and is
committed to strong relationships with Yukon First Nations and
communities. Golden Predator’s management and technical teams continue
to lead aggressive exploration programs in the underexplored regions of
the Yukon, and are driven to bring value to shareholders and leave a
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