|Moderated By: Rocket Red -- (Moderated) -- Started: 6/3/2011 8:49:34 PM Revision History|
Fleming Adrian Predecessor Company Was Underworld now taken over by Kinross
Adrian now started Smash Minerals in hopes to repeat another Yukon Discovery
Shawn Ryan has a piece of ground claimed next to Underworld Discovery now Kinross land holding
Adrian and Shawn hooked up again with the piece Shawn had staked and went on another wild staking rush to claim a large piece of ground next to Underworld now Kinross property
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21st Century Yukon Gold Rush Andrew Mickey Chief Investment Strategist, Q1 Publishing
Interview with Adrian Fleming on Jay Taylor's podcast.
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smash claims awesome area
2 ounce nuggets from black hills creek
this a good read where they drilled creek bottoms and benches
63° 23' N/ 138° 45' W
nuggets as large as 1/3 oz. Page 6
43-101 Whiskey Property Report
SMHMF USA symbol
These deposits 14,011,702 mil oz
include the world famous Klondike goldfields (Bonanza,
Hunker, Eldorado, Dominion, Gold Run, Sulphur and
Quartz creeks), the historic Fortymile River and Sixty
Mile River goldfields (Little Gold, Glacier, Miller,
Bedrock and Matson creeks), and well known placers
along Black Hills, Scroggie, Barker and Kirkman creeks.
Approximately 435 812 kg (14,011,702 ounces) of gold
(or about 85% of the Yukon’s placer gold production)
Placer gold deposits are widespread throughout the largely unglaciated Stewart River and southern part of the
Dawson map areas. These deposits include the world famous Klondike goldfields, the historic Fortymile and Sixty Mile
goldfields, and well known placers along Black Hills, Scroggie, Thistle and Kirkman creeks. Although the deposits have
been mined for over 100 years and have produced an estimate 311 tonnes of gold, they still account for about 85% of the
Yukon’s annual placer gold production.
Black hills creek production from 1998 to 2002 was around 20,000 oz
also in document you'll find all the other major creek productions
Gold in Eureka Creek and Blackhills Creek (tributariesto Indian and Stewart rivers, respectively) is thoughtto have been derived from an epithermal source in theheadwaters of these creeks (Dumula and Mortensen,2002).
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