Taku Gold has reported the final results of a primary soil geochemical, deep auger-type survey, which was completed at the Montana property containing 292 claims during early June 2011.
The location of the Montana property is around 55 km south of Dawson City, which is Yukon’s Klondike gold camp. The survey’s objective was to discover the potential regions for thorough prospecting, soil geochemical and sampling work.
The company collected 1608 soil samples in total, along spurs and ridges at 50 m intervals. It has discovered three gold anomalous regions. The primary area situated on the property’s western side has yielded the highest gold value of 309 ppb. The second area, which is sited at the property’s southwest corner, has encountered 123 ppb gold. The location of the third area is in the property’s southeast corner and yielded a greatest gold value of 360 ppb. The company has planned for a comprehensive sampling at 50 m stations having line spacings of 100 m apart to follow these positive results.
The President of Taku Gold has stated that these good results will be followed along with thorough soil sampling grids to outline the potential drill targets.
Breakaway Exploration Management gathered all the soil samples and Acme Analytical Laboratories of Vancouver, BC completed all the analytical work.