Flynn Gold Ltd (ASX:FG1) CEO Neil Marsten speaks with Proactive soon after announcing the company has returned to the Mt Dove Project in Western Australias Pilbara region to follow-up on lithium and gold anomalies identified last year. An infill surface sampling program has commenced on the anomalies identified during ultra-fine fraction soil sampling in 2022, a first at Mt Dove, trialled for its ability to see through shallow cover. Meanwhile, FG1 has also identified three previously unmapped pegmatites during reconnaissance exploration at the newly granted lithium-gold projects in the renowned Forrestania and Lake Johnston belts in Western Australia.
Flynn has recommenced exploration at its Mt Dove Lithium-Gold Project in the Pilbara region of Western Australia, Marston said.
This infill soil program should significantly refine our broad soil anomalies and focus our follow-up lithium and gold exploration effort in the area.
Flynn intends to accelerate its lithium and gold exploration on its well-located and under-explored projects in Western Australia over the coming months.
The start of lithium-focused fieldwork in the Pilbara follows on from the recent grant of exploration licences and identification of pegmatites at the companys other lithium-focused projects at Lake Johnston and Forrestania.
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