Tango Gold Mines Incorporated (formerly FDG Mining Inc.) is a Canadian publicly traded company engaged in the exploration, acquisition and development of mineral properties in Nicaragua.
Tango Gold’s core asset is the 100% owned 9,300 hectare Topacio Concession that had historical gold production from 1900 to 1912 of about 40,000 ounces gold from three of the twenty-five known veins. Topacio geologically is an epithermal quartz vein system similar to B2Gold's La Libertad Mine which is located 82 kilometers to the west.
In November 2012 a National Instrument 43-101 mineral resource was reported on seven of the twenty-five known veins:
NI 43-101 Resource Estimate
In March 2013, Tango Gold announced the successful completion of a CAD $3M financing and a change of board and management. In early April, the company engaged JDS Energy and Mining Inc. of Vancouver, Canada (www.jdsmining.ca) to complete an evaluation; development and execution plan for the Topacio Concession. Site visits and work are ongoing in Nicaragua.