About Sego Resources
The newly discovered Southern Gold Zone, exposed at surface, intersected gold mineralization in five out of the six 2021 drill holes. Four diamond drill holes grade between 0.60 to 1.08 grams per tonne gold over 59 to 93 m (Table 1) located on three sections spaced at 50 m apart. Bench-scale metallurgical gravity and leaching tests recovered 95.8% of the contained gold in a representative drill core sample. The Southern Gold Zone mineralization has no deleterious elements and very low values of base metals as confirmed by metallurgical testing.
Previous exploration prior to 2020 Sego has identified porphyry copper-gold targets at the Miner Mountain Project north of the Southern Gold Zone where deep roots of the mineralization have been structurally offset by a flat-fault zone that lies roughly 100 m to 130 m deep. The upper fault plate which hosts the known Cuba and other zones of mineralization could have been displaced an unknown distance probably from the north to the south. An example of the mineralization, the Cuba Zone, measures 750 m long by ~50 m wide and carries significant intersections such as 0.946% Cu 0.55 g/t Au 3.473 g/t Ag over 100.4 m in DDH21. In a future exploration program, deep holes are proposed to be collared north of the Cuba Zone and inclined steeply north that will test deep truncated mineralization below the mineralization and alteration of the Granby and Quintana Zones.
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For more on the activity in the Southern BC map and to view the digital map, go to https://digigeodata.com/area/southern-bc/