Blue star reports complete results from its 2019 Hood River exploration program, highlighted by one meter drill intercepts of 48.7 g/t au, 31.1 g/t au and 32.5 g/t au

26 November 2019

Blue Star Gold Corp. is pleased to report the complete analytical and assay results for its 2019 drilling and prospecting program on the Company’s Hood River concessions in western Nunavut. The diamond drilling focused on the North Fold Nose gold zone and consisted of eleven completed holes for approximately 1,540 meters of core, producing 531 core samples.
The prospecting and sampling program ran in parallel with the drilling, exploring and tracing a series of gold mineralized zones from the NFN south for 2.1 km to the claim boundary with the Ulu mining lease. Blue Star has called this series of gold zones, the “Robb Trend”. The Robb Trend can be mapped an additional 2.9 km south within the Ulu property to the Gnu and Flood Gold Zones.  This prospecting and sampling program produced 168 channel samples, cut with diamond saws over various lengths and sent for analyses. Previously taken historic samples by BHP or others were also evaluated and taken into consideration. Significant results for the Blue Star samples that graded of 3.9 grams/tonne Gold or greater are summarized in Table 1 with locations shown in Figure 1 and Figure 2 in the full release.