In this video episode from the MiningStockEducation channel, Bill Powers interviews the CEO of Fury Gold Mines, Tim Clark, and Senior Vice President of Exploration, Brian Atkinson, where they provide an update on the company’s plans for 2023.

Fury Gold Mines plans between 15,000 and 20,000 meters of drilling this year to continue advancing their discoveries at their projects in Quebec, Canada … the company’s goal is to take the Eau Claire deposit, which is open in all directions, and focus on the areas where they have had success, fill in other areas, and better position themselves.

While Fury Gold Mines is focused on advancing its current discoveries, the company also wants to make new ones … the Percival project, in particular, has shown signs of real potential to become a significant resource for the company … the company has also developed new anomalies over the past nine months that have shown promise for Blue Sky opportunities along the Canard deformation zone to the east.

Fury has already contracted drillers and mobilization is set to happen soon … the all-in cost, which includes camp costs, geo-cam, surface exploration, and assay labs, is between $350 and $400 dollars per meter … the assay labs have been slower than expected in the past, but the company hopes that the speed will pick up this year.

The company plans to release the first round of results from the 2023 program towards the end of May or early June … the company has shifted to earlier exploration efforts this year, hoping to get an early start and an early jump.

See the original video here …

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