Puma Exploration Inc., announce results from the six (6) initial drill holes completed at its Williams Brook Gold Project located in New Brunswick, the emerging new gold district of Atlantic, Canada. Discovery hole WB21-02 intersected 5.55 g/t Au over 50.15 meters from surface. The mineralized and altered zone drilled includes two main high-grade intercepts of 9.88 g/t Au over 8.60 meters and 46.94 g/t Au over 3.85 meters. All the six (6) first holes intersected significant high-grade gold quartz veins and quartz networks within the altered and mineralized rhyolite. All 18 drill holes completed to date, testing the Lynx Zone have intercepted the mineralized and altered rhyolite unit. Drill core from 12 other holes has been sent to the lab and assays are pending. Following these excellent drill results, the company has recently decided to increase its planned campaign to 10,000 meters, up from the initial 2,000 meters. The drilling program was designed to better understand the spatial geometry of the mineralized envelope and discover any new potential high-grade zones extending at depth. It was planned with the support of Terrane Geoscience Inc. who completed, earlier this summer, a study of the alteration pattern and structural analysis of the main vein. The holes were oriented to intersect the down-dip projection of significant high-grade gold vein networks exposed at surface in trenches and in stripped areas at the Lynx Gold Zone along the ONeil Gold Trend (OGT).