The Golden Repeat property consists of 49 contiguous mining claims totaling 980 acres (392 hectares) in northwestern Elko County, Nevada.
The property is easily reachable by road from Interstate (80) and the local infrastructure and political climate strongly support mining.
In 2009 this region produced approximately 5.8 million ounces of gold with a total proven and probable reserve of 75 million ounces. (As reported in the Economic Overview of Nevada's Mineral Industry).
The property was staked in 1983 by Clark Powell and others but only minor exploration work was completed until the 1990's when a joint venture was formed with Romarco Minerals Inc. In the 1998/99 season Romarco conducted a very focused drill program in covering a limited area in the northeast corner of the property. Results returned pervasive gold values in the Clover rhyolite and intersected significant gold mineralization in four of seven holes, including five feet of 2 g/t gold (Bryan Slim 2004). In 2006 further exploration for Mill Bay Ventures included 37 rock chip samples collected from various parts of the property and returned assays as high as 100 ppb gold.