We are dedicated to discovery.
Fremont is named after the legendary American explorer John Fremont, whose overland expeditions helped to open up the American West for settlers.
The Company went public in 2017 with the goal of making a new gold discovery in the world's greatest mining jurisdiction, Nevada. Founded by geologists that have a track record of making multi-million-ounce gold discoveries, Fremont has assembled a portfolio of quality gold projects located in Nevada's most prolific gold trends.
Fremont recently announced plans to drill it's Cobb Creek gold project, which hosts a historic 180,000 oz Au resource (43-101 compliant) named the McCall deposit. Cobb Creek is located on the Independence Trend - one of the important gold producing belts north of Elko in northeast Nevada. Recent mapping and geochemical surveys have identified several new, untested anomalous zones several kilometers east and southeast of the historic resource. Click on the link below to learn more regarding Cobb Creek.
The Company's other projects include: North Carlin, comprising two claim blocks totaling over 40 km2 on the northern end of the Carlin Trend; Griffon, a past producing gold mine, where drilling by Fremont has identified two mineralized zones near the historic pits; and Hurricane, located directly on the Cortez Trend and which returned significant gold intercepts from drilling carried out in the 1980s.
Recently management has widened it's search for large economic gold and copper projects to the Tethyan Belt in eastern Europe/SW Asia. These jurisdictions are vastly under-explored; costs including labor, drilling and energy are significantly cheaper, and infrastructure is good. Several very exciting projects have been identified and are under application.
After the recent 1 for 10 share consolidation, insiders now own 17% of Fremont, with friends and associates of management controlling another 15%. The company's capital structure is greatly improved, G&A costs are very low, and we are dedicated to making a significant discovery.