There are tons, it's all about how hard you are willing to look. To name a few East Asia Minerals, and Grande Portage Resources.
East Asia minerals (TSX-V: EAS) is an Indonesia focused gold miner with two projects, Miwah and Sangihe. Both are owned 70% by the company, 30% by local landowners, so they have a social license. Their current focus is on Sanghie and building a small scale mine (1k oz a month) over the next 6 months. The cash generated by that mine will go towards bringing the 43-101 on Sangihe from 200k oz to 1M oz over approximately six months after first pour, as well the mine will be expanded to an eventual total of 40k+ ozs per year. While that is happeneing the company will also tend to Miwah, which the CEO says had 10M oz during the last bull market before there were some forestry issues. Those have since been cleared and the company hopes to shore up the 3.14M oz 43-101. Both deposits are open at depth and in all directions.
Grande Portage Resources (TSX-V: GPG) is an explorer with a project in Alaska known as the Herbert project. It currently has an indicated + inferred resource of ~850k oz, with 600k grading at 10 g/t, and 250k at a grade of 14 g/t. The project consists of a series of mesothermal veins which are known to run up to 3km deep with various thicknesses that each run about 1km in length, and are expected to run very deep. Something like 15 parallel structures have been identified all with smaller splays off them. We are currently waiting on some drill results from their recent program in which every hole has hit at least two veins with numerous intervals of visible gold as well.
EAS is currently valued at about $25M Canadian, and GPG is valued at about $45M Canadian. The risk is relatively small whereas the reward is massive, obviously do your own DD but these are currently my two largest positions.