Copper hit in Woodjam drilling

Fjordland Exploration (FEX-V) has intersected significant copper at its 45-sq.-km Woodjam project, 10 km south of the village of Horsefly in central B.C.

A single hole was drilled to test the Megabuck zone at depth. The hole intersected 275 metres grading 0.14% copper and 1.03 grams gold per tonne, within 361 metres grading 0.84 gram gold and 0.12% copper. The mineralization was intersected from surface to the end of the hole at 365 metres.

Drilling terminated in mineralization and it is probable that the hole will be extended in the future.

In 2003 a hole was drilled 800 metres east of the Megabuck zone, which intersected 15 metres grading 0.9% copper.

Between 1974 and 2002 the Megabuck zone was drilled by various operators, but only to a depth of about 175 metres. Drilling has focused on a 600-by-450 metre area at the western end of a 2-km induced polarization anomaly.

Copper-gold mineralization is associated with a sub-volcanic quartz monzonite intrusion in proximity to volcanic rocks.

Fjordland is earning a 60% interest in the property from Wildrose Resources (WRS-V).


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