gee, assay labs are really slow again…

First of all, congratulations are in order for Goldstrike Resources for their grass roots gold discoveries on their Plateau project. Some excellent prospecting has been done, with new zones discovered every year. And what an excellent first intersection at Goldstack:

“September 06, 2016 07:45 ET

Goldstrike Drills 6.05 Grams Per Tonne Gold Over 45.5 Metres, Including 12.5 Grams Per Tonne Gold Over 20.65 Metres

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA–(Marketwired – Sept. 6, 2016) – Goldstrike Resources Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:GSR)(OTC PINK:APRAF)(FRANKFURT:KCG1) is pleased to report that its first hole PSGS-16-01 at Goldstack intersected 6.05 grams per tonne gold over 45.5 metres…

The Company looks forward to reporting the results for the remaining Goldstack 2016 drill holes when all the assays have been received, compiled and interpreted. “

http://www.marketwired.com/press-release/goldstrike-drills-605-grams-per-tonne-gold-over-455-metres-including-125-grams-per-tonne-tsx-venture-gsr-2155586.htm

Note that at the time of this release the other two holes into the zone had been drilled and assays were “pending”.  September 6 until today, October 20! Geez, Bureau Veritas must be really backed up.

Anyone want to take odds on the second and third holes being as good as the first one?

gsr-chart-2016

 

One thought on “gee, assay labs are really slow again…

  1. I see that Goldstrike proclaim a 50km gold trend, nice. But the fab hole noted above is only a 15m stepout from a bunch of holes drilled in 2015! I hate it when companies start every year with good old hole number 1! Makes everything look like a new discovery…

Comments are closed.