Wolfden Resources has announced that a second deep hole in the company’s Pickett Mountain project has intersected multiple zones of high-grade base metal mineralization.
Wolfden Resources Corporation (TSXV:WLF) has announced that a second deep hole in the company’s ongoing infill and expansion drill program on its wholly-owned Pickett Mountain project in Maine US has intersected multiple zones of high-grade base metal mineralization, at a depth of 580 metres in the west lens of the deposit.
According to the release, the second hole has multiple zones including multiple zones includes 2.5 m at 20.3 percent zinc, 3.8 percent lead, 1.4 percent copper, 77.7 grams per tonne (g/t) silver and 1.0 g/t gold.
As quoted in the press release:
These results in combination with recently released results obtained in hole PM-18-22, comprise the deepest drilling completed by the company to date and clearly demonstrate the potential to expand resources below a depth of 400 metres, where there was minimal historical drilling.