Dart Mining NL (ASX:DTM) gained up to 37% on Monday after reports of intersecting high-grade gold, silver and copper at the Granite Flat Project in Victoria came in.
In late 2020, 42 holes were drilled to confirm significant results and test new gold, copper and silver targets. These are the first holes drilled at Granite Flat in over twenty years.
Out of the 42 holes drilled, 33 holes intersected substantial mineralisation, 20 ended in mineralisation, and seven were mineralised along the entire length.
Follow up activities, including Geophysical surveying, Diamond, and RC drilling, is planned over the coming months.
Meanwhile, the stock ended the day’s session 22.857% higher at A$0.215 with market capitalisation at A$17.49 million.