Wolfden Resources has released another round of drill results on its wholly-owned Pickett Mountain base-metal project in northern Maine.
Wolfden Resources (TSXV:WLF) has released another round of drill results on its wholly-owned Pickett Mountain base-metal project in northern Maine.
Initial programs at the companies Pickett Mountain project include a 10,000 metre infill and expansion drill program as well as surface and airborne geophysical surveys to explore for additional mineralization that could add to the scope of the project.
As quoted in the press release:
Integrated ground geophysical surveys have been completed over the main zones of mineralization and potential extensions in order to generate the next round of drill targets in efforts to expand on known mineralization. These include induced polarization (IP), gravity, magnetics, Max-min EM and large-loop EM surveys. Data from the IP survey has been received in final form whereas other survey results are still preliminary in nature and undergoing final processing.
The IP survey reveals significant chargeability anomalies associated with the East and West Lenses of the massive sulphide deposit. Similar looking chargeability anomalies are situated along trend to the west of the West Lens as well as to the north of the East and West Lenses. The extensive chargeability anomaly located to the north of the known deposits has only been tested by four historic drill holes that returned high-grade massive sulphide intercepts over short intervals (10.9 percent zinc-lead over 0.3 metres, 11.9 percent zinc-lead over 0.2 metres and 10.5 percent zinc-lead over 0.2 metres in one hole and 8.37 percent zinc-lead over 0.5 metres in another). These high-priority IP anomalies will be tested by diamond drilling upon resumption of drilling following spring break-up.