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Bullfrog Gold Corp.

Bullfrog Gold Corp.

Large prospective gold and silver exploration projects, within prolific mineralized trends and gold districts of southwestern USA

Past Production

Past Production

3.3 M oz gold (Bullfrog Hills, Nevada)

160 years of Management and Geological Experience

160 years of Management and Geological Experience

Discovered Barrick's Bullfrog gold deposit. Involved with more than 80 underground mines, 120 open pit and 160 plants.

Bullfrog Gold Project, Nevada

Bullfrog Gold Project, Nevada

Adjacent to Barrick's Montgomery-Shoshone open pit that produced 222,000 oz gold.

Klondike Project, Nevada

Klondike Project, Nevada

Shallow silver with potential base metal and barite by-products

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Corporate Overview

Bullfrog Gold Corp - Corporate Overview - BFGC
Bullfrog Gold Corp. is a US based gold and silver exploration company with large prospective properties within prolific mining districts of Nevada. Bullfrog Gold Corp. is listed on the OTCQB as "BFGC" and is led by highly experienced executive and technical teams with proven track records of  success in new discoveries, project feasibility, mine and process engineering, corporate development and capital funding for resource projects worldwide.

 




Featured Project

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Klondike Silver Project, Nevada

 
The Alpha Mining District was organized about 1877 and by the early 1900's shipped small tonnages of high grade ore to smelters in Salt Lake City, Utah.  Since then the district has been idle but was evaluated in detail in the 1970's by Van der Ley. In 2012 the Company optioned the property and expanded the land position to 232 mining claims that cover most of the Alpha Mining District. This claimed area is nearly 4,640 acres and is approximately 5 miles north-south and 1.5 miles east-west.

Numerous shallow prospect and shafts and short adits on the Klondike claims are located primarily in the lower elevations of the west side of the Sulphur Springs Mountain range in Paleozoic lower plate carbonates and siliciclastics in NE trending fault breccia zones.  The western part of the area may be a structural outlier from the main range front fault.  This outlier is a much dissected faulted section of lower Paleozoic rocks in fault contact with the upper plate units of the Roberts Mountain Thrust.