Puma Exploration Inc. (TSXV: PUMA) (OTCQB: PUMXF) is pleased to announce that drilling will begin shortly on its 100%-owned Williams Brook Gold Project in Northern New Brunswick, Atlantic Canada. A technical crew will be mobilized next week in preparation for the Company’s planned 2023 drilling program.
In recent times Puma Exploration has been in the news for a number of developments and it was in the news once again last week on Wednesday when it made a major new announcement.
The company announced at the time that it was going to start the drilling activities in a short while at its Williams Brook Gold Project located in Northern New Brunswick in Canada. The project is owned in its entirety by Puma. The company announced at the time that the following week a technical crew was also going to be mobilized so as to put in motion the company’s plans with regard to the 2023 drilling program.
In this regard, it is necessary to point out that the aim of the first phase of drilling will be to expand and define the high-grade gold intercepts and also interpret high-grade gold shoots at the Lynx Gold Zone. It should also be noted that the main area of focus for Puma is the Lynx Gold Zone and the zone currently encompasses 750 m of the strike, to go along with a 75 m width and a defined depth of around 100 m.
Drilling first started at the zone back in 2021 and since then Puma has been successful in drilling around 13300 meters at Lynx Gold Zone. Data compiled by the company recently revealed that three main areas of gold enrichment had been identified, which contain a number of potentially high-grade gold shoots.