You thought that hole 41 a few weeks ago was good, didn’t you? Well I did too, but take a look at this:
FSDH046 returned 676m at 0.92% CuEq (0.57% Cu; 0.34g/t Au; 11.3g/t Ag) from a depth of 380m within a broader interval of 1,378m at 0.71% CuEq (0.45% Cu; 0.29g/t Au; 6.1g/t Ag) from a depth of 77.7m.
At what point does the word “interval” lose its meaning? We’re talking about an “interval” the length of an international airport runway. And just to make sure you get the point, FIL.v continues by adding whipped cream…
The full intersection in FSDH046 lies completely outside of the current mineral resource
…and along with the other strong result from hole 050, even a cherry on top:
Both of these holes were collared prior to drilling the high-grade zone intersected in hole FSDH041 (see News Release dated May 13, 2021) and were not intended to follow up on that intersection.
In other words, they weren’t even looking carefully. My stars, what a hole.