Silver Lake again flags Daisy drill success

SILVER Lake Mines has again pointed to the potential for a “new mining front” to be opened up at the company’s mainstay Daisy gold operation following further drill intercepts achieved at the Easter Hollows target.

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Silver Lake's exploration is targeted to ensure this scenario continues for many years to come

New results were headlined by 0.45m grading 526 grams per tonne, with Silver Lake saying mineralisation had now been intersected over a 1000m plunge from surface.

Silver Lake also made the point the host rocks and mineralisation at the prospect are "consistent with the highest grade lodes in the Daisy complex including quartz veining, galena and visible gold".

Silver Lake has been flagging the discovery of East Hollows, located west of the Haoma West lode for the past 12 months or so.

The Daisy complex is an extensive gold deposit comprising more than 50 south-plunging, high-grade vein and shear-hosted lodes, with the Haoma and Haoma West lodes two of the most productive structures mined.  

Additional exploration success was recorded at depth, wit...

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