Arrow Minerals drill results confirm gold potential at Helsinki prospect

Arrow Minerals drill results confirm gold potential at Helsinki prospectMap of helsinki location and rock chips
Further drilling at Helsinki will target the areas thought to host gold structures


Arrow Minerals Ltd (ASX:AMD) has received results for first-pass aircore drilling at the Helskini Prospect within the Strickland Gold Project in Western Australia.

A total of 55 holes were drilled to an average depth of 32 metres and intersected anomalous gold including 6 metres at 1.1 g/t gold from 11 metres.

In addition, during the drilling campaign, five rock samples were collected from areas of interest, with a sheared felsic rock returning a gold result of 15.4 g/t gold.

This result confirms the prospectivity of the felsic rocks to be a source of hydrothermal fluids which have created significant structural pathways for gold-bearing fluid migration.

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Further drilling at Helsinki will target the area where a major mineralised fluid pathway is thought to exist.

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