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December 2017

Vol. 22, No. 50 Week of December 10, 2017

Mining News: Saddle gold discovery continues to impress

GT Gold Corp. Dec. 4 reported continued high-grade assays from six additional holes drilled at Saddle South, an exciting gold discovery on the company’s Tatogga property in the Golden Triangle region of northwestern British Columbia. Hole TTD045 cut 3.79 meter averaging 12.05 grams per metric ton gold from a depth of 144.1 meters, including 1.04 meters of 35.15 g/t gold. The company said four additional holes drilled from the same pad – TTD047, 048, 050 and 052 – all cut high-grade gold. The best of these holes, TTD050, cut 2.31 meters of 12.05 g/t gold from a depth of 125 meters. TTD049, which was drilled about 125 meters west of the other five holes, cut 6.1 meters of 4.84 g/t gold from a depth of 120.3 meters, 2.96 meters of 4.92 g/t gold from 135.8 meters, 2.31 meters of 4.05 g/t gold from 142.9 meters, and 1.65 meters of 13.53 g/t gold from 189.4 meters. “We continue to be impressed by the strength of the mineralized system at Saddle South,” says Kevin GT Gold President and CEO Kevin Keough. “With every set of assays we receive we continue to learn more about the system and its potential.” Assays are pending from nine additional holes drilled at Saddle South and four holes from the neighboring Saddle North gold-in-soil anomaly. –SHANE LASLEY






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