Great Boulder Resources: ‘We’re the best explorers in the Meekatharra area.’

“That’s right, you know, I think we could really put a pretty strong argument to say we’re the best explorers in the Meekatharra area so you know we’re pretty much looking forward to finding plenty more gold.”

“There’s more gold to be found”, says Andrew Paterson, Managing Director of Great Boulder Resources. Today Paterson breaks down the recent re-analysis of geochemical data, how a slow and steady approach to geoscience will yield stronger results plus why traces of bismuth indicate the best is yet to come.

Great Boulder is currently exploring Polelle under an agreement with Castle Minerals (ASX:CDT) which gives GBR an option to acquire 75% of the project. Great Boulder’s Managing Director says: “The targeting techniques we’ve used successfully at Side Well have highlighted some exciting targets with the same pathfinder geochemistry as our Mulga Bill and Ironbark deposits. This assessment is on the back of earlier sampling and target generation by Castle Minerals.”

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Written By Shae Russell

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