Corvus Gold Inc. (TSX:KOR,OTCQX:CORVF) reported the start of its aggressive 2014 exploration drill program at its North Bullfrog Project in Nevada. Commencing in early February is the initial phase of diamond drilling totalling 4,000 metres.
As quoted in the press release:
The primary objective of phase one is to try and expand the Yellowjacket deposit along strike and at depth. A second phase of drilling, consisting of 15,000 metres, is scheduled to start in late May. The second phase program is designed to focus on adding high-grade resources and includes initial testing of the largest and highest priority new high-grade targets in the District such as the Jolly Jane/Road Fault area.
Corvus Gold CEO, Jeff Pontius, said:
The success of and knowledge gained from the 2013 drill program has allowed us to understand and target the areas with tremendous potential for high-grade vein systems in the North Bullfrog District. On the heels of one of the most exciting new Nevada discoveries in a long time, we at Corvus are expecting great things from our focused and aggressive 2014 program and to begin unlocking the real potential of this new Nevada gold District.