Sutter Gold drill results

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Sutter Gold drill results

I own some, and they have my interest.

https://www.suttergoldmining.com/s/NewsReleases.asp?ReportID=511048&_Typ......

from the link:

  March 06, 2012

Lincoln Project, California

DDH-196, the first hole of the drilling program, drilled at an inclination of -65o, intersected 39.9 feet of intense quartz veining within the sericite-carbonate-altered meta-volcanic host from 255.6 feet to 295.5 feet depth. Vein orientations to core axis suggest that the true width of this zone is 30.5 feet, with a weighted average grade of 0.121 oz/ton Au. This broad gold intersection contains an interval at the bottom of the veined zone that would be considered for mining: 3.9 feet true width at 0.329 oz/ton. Individual assay intervals are as follows:
Table 1: DDH-196 Coordinates: 41,884E/70,310N, Elevation 1364ft, N.60E. Azimuth, -65º Inclination

Hole # From (ft) To  (ft)   Interval (ft) g/t Au oz/ton Au
DDH-196 255.6 260.2 4.6 4.95 0.144
DDH-196 260.2 263.7 3.5 2.69 0.078
DDH-196 263.7 265.8 2.1 1.09 0.032
DDH-196 265.8 268.2 2.4 7.33 0.214
DDH-196 268.2 271.8 3.6 13.90 0.405
DDH-196 271.8 278.8 7.0 2.57 0.075
DDH-196 278.8 282.2 3.4 1.28 0.037
DDH-196 282.2 287.4 5.2 0.31 0.009
DDH-196 287.4 290.4 3.0 0.71 0.021
DDH-196 290.4 293.5 3.1 2.00 0.058
DDH-196 293.5 295.5 2.0 15.35 0.448

DDH-197,
the second hole of the program, drilled from the same site as DDH-196 but at the shallower inclination of 45o, also intersected a broad zone of intense quartz veining in the sericite-carbonate altered meta-volcanic host rock. From a depth of 189.0 feet to 218.9 feet, an interval of 29.9 feet for a true width of 21.1 feet, the weighted average grade of this zone is 0.328 oz/ton Au. This wide gold bearing zone includes three separate strands with grades above 0.4 oz/ton Au. Assay intervals for this segment of DDH-197 are as follows:
Table 2: DDH-197 Coordinates: 41,886E/70,310N, Elevation 1364ft, N.60E. Azimuth, -45º Inclination

Hole # From (ft) To  (ft) Interval (ft) g/t Au oz/ton Au
DDH-197 189.0 193.5 4.5 6.3 0.184
DDH-197 193.5 197.0 3.5 8.44 0.246
DDH-197 197.0 202.5 5.5 16.15 0.471
DDH-197 202.5 207.0 4.5 15.00 0.437
DDH-197 207.0 209.6 2.6 3.94 0.115
DDH-197 209.6 215.5 5.9 14.7 0.429
DDH-197 215.5 217.1 1.6 2.55 0.074
DDH-197 217.1 218.9 1.8 11.65 0.340

DDH-198,
the third drill hole for which partial assay results have been received, was drilled further south and from a lower elevation to check the Lincoln structure two hundred feet vertically below the intersection made by DDH-197. DDH-198 made a distinct fissure-vein intersection at down-hole depths of 275.0 feet to 278.9 feet. The true width of this intersection is 3.0 feet at a weighted grade of 2.96 oz/ton Au. Closer to the collar of DDH-198, from a depth of 157.0 feet to 162.0 feet, another structure was intersected with distinct sericite-carbonate hydrothermally altered halo within the meta-volcanic greenstone host. The 3.8 feet true width of this structure returned an assay of 0.462 oz/ton Au. Interval analytical results for DDH-198 are as follows:
Table 3: DDH-198 Coordinates: 41,780E/70,205N, Elevation 1342ft, N.60E. Azimuth, -65º Inclination

Hole # From (ft) To  (ft) Interval (ft) g/t Au oz/ton Au
DDH-198 157.0 162.0 5.0 15.85 0.462
DDH-198 375.0 376.8 1.8 148 4.317
DDH-198 376.8 378.9 2.1 61.4 1.791


These results confirm the consistency and continuity of gold mineralization. DDH-197 significantly extends the gold-bearing zone upwards in the southern portion of the Lincoln resource block.
 
Edited by: bobby on Nov 8, 2014 - 5:19am
Mon, Mar 19, 2012 - 7:40pm
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nice move today

and I don't know why

I'm holding, and I'm not letting go

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