Bullfrog Gold Uses Montgomery-Shoshone Gold Production of 220,000 Ounces From 1989-2000 to Validate Its Adjacent Claims

Bullfrog Gold recently announced a review of the detailed data available for the Montgomery-Shoshone mine. Their announcement states:

Bullfrog’s management and expert consultants recently examined in detail all available geophysical, geochemical and drill data to specifically evaluate the potential extension of mineralization from Barrick’s Montgomery-Shoshone open pit mine onto the Company’s adjacent property. In-depth interviews were also conducted with the three key exploration managers who explored, developed and applied the detachment fault model and discovered 3 million ounces of gold while they were employed with St. Joe American, Lac Minerals and Barrick during 1983 through 2003.

The Company’s investigations indicate that the volcanic host units and structural features that formed the Montgomery-Shoshone ore deposit extend onto the Company’s adjacent property…the Montgomery-Shoshone deposit produced 90,000 ounces of gold from underground mining operations in the early 1900s and an additional 220,000 ounces of gold from Barrick’s open pit operations between 1989 and 2000.


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