Strickland Metals Ltd (ASX:STK) will begin an exploration program at the Doolgunna Project in Western Australia to test base metal prospects.
The company has received approvals for reverse circulation (RC) and diamond drilling of a five-kilometre-long sulphide VMS system.
Strickland has also planned an initial heritage survey for priority drilling, which includes digging at least four diamond holes for 500 metres over a 1.6-kilometre strike.
A larger heritage survey to cover the full five-kilometre target is scheduled for mid-November 2020.
The company has completed sufficient groundwork to define a drill target, and this is the priority activity planned for the rest of the year.
The company plans to dig at least four diamond holes designed to intersect the conductor at 300 metres vertical depth.
Besides this, several shallow RC holes will also be completed in traverses to define the extent of weathering and test for oxidised mineralisation.
Horse Well Gold Project JV
The Horse Well Gold Project is within the Warburton Mineral Field of Western Australia and is about 85 kilometres northeast of the town of Wiluna.
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