The new zone at the site, which is also prospective for nickel, copper and platinum group metals, was discovered as a result of drilling works in December last year and reaffirmed by a follow-up diamond drill programme last month.
Landore said the zone sits half-way along a 2.7km long, east-west trending, MaxMin geophysical anomaly (MM-7), which has not previously been drill tested.
At the western end is the historical BAM gold zone discovered by Landore in 2003.
A trenching and channel sampling program will be done along this anomaly in the second quarter, the firm said, and, subject to positive results from the winter 2016 drill program, further drilling will be planned to extend the new zone down plunge and along strike.
Drilling in December hit a wide zone of gold mineralisation close to surface including 31.29 metres at 1.12 grams per tonne (g/t). A notable intersection was also 3.70 metres 4.21g/t gold in another hole.
The programme in February consisted of five NQ diamond drill holes as 50 metres step-outs to the December holes, all of which have intersected similar lithological units. Results are pending, Landore said.
Junior Lake already a resource estimate of around 33,000 tonnes at what's called the B4-7 area, 22,000 tonnes at the mainly nickel VW zone, and a 20,000 tonne 'exploration target' west of B4-7.