In April 2019, Predictive announced that first-pass Bulk Leach Extractable Gold (BLEG) stream sediment sampling had identified highly encouraging gold stream sediment anomalies over large catchment areas within the Kankan Project .
BLEG sampling totaled 42 samples (including field duplicates) with anomalous gold values returned up to 87ppb gold, and exceeding 18ppb gold over a series of stream catchment areas covering a total area of 17km2 .
The first soil sampling program on the Kankan project, totaling 269 samples, and collected on an 800 x 100m2 grid and revealed a broad zone of anomalous gold values extending over 6km of strike and peaking at 570ppb Au. The best cluster of gold values was 220ppb, 190 ppb and 108ppb Au, covering 200m of the northern-most line and open to both the west and east.
Previous Exploration Permit
2019 Soil Sampling Program
306 samples were taken in two concurrent soil sampling programs with a program of tighter, infill soil sampling completed at a 400 x 50m spacing identifying a series of 1km-long zones of plus 100ppb gold anomalies. North of the earlier grid, a program of reconnaissance soil sampling was completed at an 800 x 100m spacing, extending the overall zone of gold anomalies to more than 7km-long.