VANCOUVER, British Columbia
May 22, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- Teryl, Inc., the U.S. subsidiary of Teryl Resources Corp., (TSX Venture Exchange: TRC.V, OTCBB: TRYLF) is pleased to announce a placer and hard rock diamond drilling program has commenced on the Fish Creek property in the
mining district. The drilling contract requires 15 days of placer diamond drilling at a cost of
per day, for a 12 hour day. The drilling is subject to favorable weather conditions. The operator of the drill will be
, project manager. Teryl's consulting geologist,
Paul D. Gray
, P.Geo. will oversee the drilling program, core logging, and assay protocols on behalf of the Company.
will test his
Borehole Placer Gold Extraction (IBPGE) process in the holes where results warrant. All recovered gold from this program will be Teryl, Inc.'s property to divide with its partners.
, a First Nations from
has multiple years of drilling experience in remote locations and has served as mineral development advisor to First Nations.
states, "This 2013 exploration placer drilling program is an addition to the lode drilling, which has also commenced to test the intrusive targets." (See news release dated
May 14, 2013
). Mr. Rutledge further states, "These drill targets were generated from previous drilling results and from interpretations performed by geologists whom have conducted work in the past. The Proposed 2013 drill holes are designed to twin one historic drill hole combined with stepout and scout drilling targeting geophysical anomalies. The main objective of the 2013 lode drilling program is interpreted near surface mineralized zones." Mr. Rutledge further states he, "...has identified visible placer gold from the 42-47' level from a 2"diameter core tube sample in the placer drilling just above the bottom of the first placer drill hole, further results are pending."
Keltic Bryce owns a 50% working interest and Teryl, Inc owns a 50% working interest in the Fish Creek property. Linux Gold Corp. retains a 5% royalty interest in Teryl, Inc.'s interest.