Discovery Gold Rush season ends, Klondike Gold Corp’s begins

Tonight is the season finale of the popular Discovery Channel program Gold Rush, and viewers are set to find out how much gold the Hoffman family dug up this season.

Klondike Gold Corp (KG.TSXV), a fledging junior miner I own stock in and have worked with, will receive 15% of whatever Gold the Hoffman’s produce this year.

Klondike’s a rare junior in that it earns cash flow from a television deal and gets free exposure to millions of viewers.

The company needs all the help it can get to convince investors its not another Klondike Gold Scam. Previous promoters who operated the property vastly over promised and under delivered. Millions of investor dollars were lost to questionable related party transactions, and many exploration dollars never made it into the ground.

Popular exploration analyst Brent Cook is not yet convinced Klondike Gold Corp represents a good opportunity.

Cook and I were walking around the floor at PDAC last Monday with cameraman Carter Smith, making short films with some friends and business associates.

Peter Tallman, President and CEO of Klondike Gold, and Cook linked up to discuss how Klondike has been restructured and what its exploration potential is.

The fast pace, at times awkward meeting captures the experience of junior mining CEO trying to pitch recognizable mining analyst for a coveted endorsement, which he is ultimately unsuccessful in doing.

Exploration industry insiders say Brent Cook uses the word “no” more than anyone in the business. That’s why his newsletter is the most expensive ($140 per month here) and highest valued among high-up mining and investment industry executives.

I think Peter did a good job of keeping up with Brent and will be watching him on tonight’s season finale of Gold Rush.

Recent news: Klondike Gold Approves $800,000 Yukon Exploration Budget for 2015

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I am biased and financially exposed to Klondike Gold Corp and do not intend this article to be investment advice of any kind. Speak to a licensed investment advisor before making any investment decision, as well as read the risks in Klondike Gold Corp.’s Annual Information Form filed on SEDAR.

Klondike Gold Corp. is a Canadian exploration company with offices in Vancouver, British Columbia, and Dawson City, Yukon Territory. The company is focused on exploration and development of its Yukon gold projects located in the historic Klondike region covering 25,000 hectares of hard rock and 2,000 hectares of placer claims including “McKinnon Creek” leased to Todd Hoffman/Jerusalem Mining LLC and featured on the Discovery Channel show “Gold Rush”.

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