GT Gold drills 20.02 g/t gold over 8.25 metres at Tatogga

GT Gold’s Tatogga property in northwest British Columbia’s Golden Triangle region. Source GT Gold Corp.

GT Gold Corp. [GTT-TSXV] has released continued high-grade assays from drilling at the Saddle South area at its Saddle gold discovery, located 10 km off Highway 37 on the  100%-owned Tatogga property in the Golden Triangle of northwestern British Columbia, Canada. Hole TTD046, a 50-metre west stepout that intersected 20.02 g/t gold and 45.31 g/t silver over 8.25 metres from 87.00 metres (TTD046), including 109.50 g/t gold and 213.00 g/t silver over 1.00 metre from 91.00 metres.

Hole TTD046 represents a 50-metre stepout from hole TTD037, which intersected 42.55 g/t gold over 2.59 metres and hole TTD040, which intersected 12.64 g/t gold and 30.70 g/t silver over 6.60 metres.

Other highlights:

Hole TTD041 intersected 11.15 g/t gold over 0.84 metres. Hole TTD042 returned 2.94 g/t gold over 3.93 metres, and 7.25 g/t gold over 5.39 metres, including 42.90 g/t gold over 0.66 metres. Hole TTD044 returned 8.54 g/t gold over 0.70 metres.

This summer a total of 16,180 metres of core drilling in 64 holes and 1,527 metres of RC drilling in 28 holes were completed in the first-ever drill program at the Saddle discovery. Assays for an additional 19 core holes (15 from Saddle South, four from Saddle North) are pending.

“The intersection in hole 46 continues the steady expansion of the core zone west, with excellent grade,” said Kevin Keough, President and CEO. “We continue to be impressed with the strength of the results we have achieved to date, and in a short period of time, on the first-ever drill program on the Saddle target. With an additional 19 holes pending, we expect news from our drill program to continue well into December.”

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