GoGold drills 42.05 meters of 190 g/t silver and 1.9% copper and 0.69 g/t gold at Chispa South
Thursday, Feb 14, 2013

HALIFAX, Feb. 13, 2013 /CNW/ - GoGold Resources Inc. (TSX: GGD), is pleased to announce new drilling results from its Chispa De Oro target at the company's San Diego Project in Durango, Mexico. Highlights include: Hole GGS-064 intercepted 42.05 meters of 190 g/t silver, 1.90% copper, and 0.70 g/t gold which included an intercept of 24.1 meters of 304.65 g/t silver, 2.08% copper and 1.03 g/t gold. Hole GGS-62 returned 31.3 meters of 234.88 g/t silver 0.50% copper and 1.15 g/t gold at a potential open pit target developing at the Chispa South area.

The company intends to define a resource at Chispa South through definition drilling and to continue to define other high grade areas within the San Diego Project that we believe can develop into resources quickly. The San Diego project claim group covers a 35 km x 10 km corridor of gold, silver and copper showings and alteration zones which may be related to underlying porphyry systems in the area.

Core Samples

The core was either HQ or NQ in size in the surface holes. Holes were started at the larger HQ size and reduced to NQ if necessary. The drilling crew boxes the core and GoGold employees transport it to the core shack. In the core shack the core is geologically logged with sample lengths indicated. When the sample lengths are determined the core is split using an impact splitter with one half of the core being bagged and tagged for assay. The other half is returned to the core trays for storage.


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