Wolfden Adds to High Grades and Mineralized Zones at Pickett Mountain

- November 19th, 2018

The company said the project represents one of the highest grade zinc-rich, volcanogenic massive sulphide deposits in North America and consists of two primary lenses (East and West) that remain open for expansion.

Wolfden Resources (TSXV:WLF) has announced additional results from its ongoing infill and expansion drilling at the company’s wholly owned Pickett Mountain project in northeastern Maine, USA.

The company said the project represents one of the highest grade zinc-rich, volcanogenic massive sulphide deposits in North America and consists of two primary lenses (East and West) that remain open for expansion.

As quoted in the press release:

Drill holes PM-18-028 (East Lens) and 029 (West Lens), both intersected robust zones of high-grade VMS  mineralization.  Horizontal widths for these intersections are equal to 60 percent of the core length.

Hole 028 intersected the E1 Lens at a vertical depth of 350 metres below surface and returned 19.8 percent combined zinc-lead-copper over 5.0 metres including 3.4 metres at 27.2 percent combined zinc-lead-copper.

Hole 029, a step-out drill hole testing the W1 Lens, cut massive sulphide at a vertical depth of 600 metres below surface, yielding 15.0 metres of 21.1 percent combined zinc-lead-copper including 10.6 metres of 27.7 percent combined zinc-lead-copper. This deep intercept is one of the best to date on the project and correlates well with hole 022 (50 m to the east) that returned 34.7 percent combined zinc-lead-copper over 4.7 metres.

Click here to read the full Wolfden Resources (TSXV:WLF) press release.

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