Humboldt Mining Company's gold property in Elko County Nevada consists of 52 unpatented lode mining claims and two patented mining claims. Humboldt has pursued an aggressive geologic mapping and drilling program to bring the property into production. Studies to date have revealed that the claims have the geologic potential and characteristic of typical Carlin-trend type gold properties.
EXPLORING UNTAPPED GOLD RESERVES
Over the last 10+ years there has been a concerted effort including geologic mapping geophysical testing and drilling should enable Humboldt to reach a milestone for successfully starting the project under new leadership.
Exploration was key in 2023. Location of historical adits and discovery of new and exciting events on the property over the season.
Continue with the above contract for mine development and Permitting. Cleanup is planned for this year as well as more exploration.
Humboldt Mining drilled more holes in 2023 adding to the reserves with the help of RangeFront and their 3D mapping.
Humboldt Mining drilled 2597 linear feet of HQ size diamond drill hole during 2010. Timberline Drilling Inc. was the drilling contractor. This makes a total of 8814 linear feet of drill holes drilled on this property counting 3400 linear feet drilled by Remington Gold (1984) and 2817 linear feet drilled by Tenneco minerals (1986).
A graphic abstract of each of 5 drill holes is shown on drawing No's HBT- 110 through HBT- 114 inclusive.
An independent geologist's log of each of the holes shows the geologists cross-section of each of the drill holes. Details of Remington Gold Corporation and Tenneco Minerals drilling activities may be viewed in the logs in the appendix or in data disk packet upon request. Quality control procedures were implemented including sampling, placing blanks; cores were under lock and key at all times.
Humboldt Mining Company, Inc. has acquired rights to mining claims in the Mardis Mining District, located in sections 13, 14, 23, and 24; Township 44 North, Range 57 East in Elko County Nevada. Access to Humboldt’s mining property is 55 miles north on Highway 225, then 25 miles northeast on a gravel road to the mining claims near Charleston, Nevada. Water for drilling is available from 76 Creek on the property and the nearby Bruneau River (4 miles southwest). Power is available by on-site generation. Drillers, miners and other workers are available from nearby Elko, approximately 80 miles southwest. A custom mill at Jerritt Canyon located about 35 miles west is available for processing sulfide type ores from Humboldt’s mining property.
The mining property consists of over one thousand one hundred acres of land which includes 53 unpatented lode mining claims and two patented claims. See Claims Map. A number of these claims were mined in the 1930s and several up until the 1970s. These Mining claims around the Humboldt National Forest lands as more particularly described herein.
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EXPLORING UNTAPPED GOLD RESERVES
Humboldt Mining Company, Inc has acquired rights to mining claims in the Mardis Mining District, located in sections 13, 14, 23, and 24; Township 44 North, Range 57 East in Elko County Nevada.
Access to Humboldt’s mining property is 55 miles north on Highway 225, then 25 miles northeast on a gravel road to the mining claims near Charleston Nevada.
Humboldt Mining Corporation, LLC
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