Integra drills 21.33 m of 5.23 g/t AuEq at Florida Mtn
INTEGRA RESOURCES Corp. has released the remaining drill results from Integra’s 100-percent-owned Florida Mountain gold-silver deposit, located five kilometres east of Integra’s DeLamar deposit in southwestern Idaho. A total of 2,920 metres were completed in nine drill holes at Florida Mountain during the 2018 drill campaign.
George Salamis, president and chief executive officer of Integra Resources, stated, “The assay results announced today from Florida Mountain highlight some of the immense potential of the deposit to host high-grade gold-silver mineralization, well beneath the current inferred resource model.”
Mr. Salamis added: “These latest results from the
Florida Mountain deposit outline a significant high-grade gold-silver intercept located roughly 200 metres downdip beneath the current pit-constrained inferred resource shell, showing the Trade Dollar-Black Jack vein to be open for expansion. Both the discrete vein-hosted mineralization as well as the more disseminated bulk-style gold-silver potential at Florida Mountain continues to excite our exploration team, who look forward to returning with drill rigs in the spring of 2019. Over the coming winter months, drill core from this recently completed program will be incorporated into the ongoing metallurgical testing program. In addition, detailed logging and digitizing of the abundant historical records currently in Integra’s possession will help to shape the 2019 drill program and drive further resource expansion potential. This high-grade intercept further underscores the need for Integra to conduct more drilling downdip and on extension as we look to return to Florida Mountain in the first half of 2019.”
(See ITR Table 1 on page 13)
DeLamar exploration continuing
Though the company has completed its budgeted drilling for the year at Florida Mountain, further exploration work is continuing at Integra’s DeLamar deposit, situated five kilometres to the west of Florida Mountain. One drill rig remains active, testing a number of targets including Sullivan Gulch and Sullivan Knob, the later representing the highest geophysical induced polarization (IP) signature on the property. The exploration program for the first half of 2019 is now fully financed, following the recently completed financing.
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