Aldrin Resource has begun the diamond core drilling at its IND project. This project is situated 38 km south of Dawson at the centre of the productive Klondike mining district, Yukon Territory.
The 27 sq. km property is located close to the several placer operations, which contains the 14 km southwest of the prominent Eldorado Creek and Bonanza Creek placers and the Indian River placers. The access to this property is by vehicle on the fine secondary roads.
The company is examining the down-dip prospective of the three discovered huge mineralized structural zones through the 2011 diamond drilling program. It will perform drilling program for a minimum of 2,000 m. it is anticipated that the drilling program will be completed in early September and the assays will be released at the earliest.
A minimum of three drill holes will estimate IND’s east fractured system, which have a length of at least 60 m. IND’s middle zone, which is around 820 m west of the east zone, has explored a structurally controlled mineralized rock of at least one 80 m wide zone, which is to be drilled to examine the mineralization continuity of this region. The location of the west mineralized zone is 480 m west of the heart zone and has numerous unbroken anomalous zones that will be analyzed by a minimum of three test holes.