Four anomalous areas have been defined, the most widespread of which comprises 1,500 by 800 metres. This anomaly is defined by 19 overburden samples, which assayed 80-183 parts per billion gold (background varied from 1-40 ppb gold).
The three other areas are defined by a grouping of at least four anomalous samples. Spot highs (up to 2,093 ppb gold) require further definition.
More than 800 “humus” soil samples were taken at 50-metre-spacings along tie-lines spaced 400 metres apart.
The 88-sq.-km property would appear to cover a major contact between mafic volcanic rocks with intermediate-to-felsic volcanic rocks (an extension of the Red Lake greenstone belt), as well as a large, 3-by-7-km felsic-to-intermediate intrusion.
Follow-up ground geophysics will be carried out later this month, following which drilling will test gold targets.