The company said the grades are amongst the best in the deposit and similar to the deepest intersection at 800 metres where the deposit remains open.
Wolfden Resources (TSXV:WLF) has announced that additional deep drill holes in the company’s ongoing infill and expansion drill program on its Pickett Mountain project in Maine have intersected high-grade massive sulfide mineralization in the west lens of the deposit.
As quoted in the press release:
Drill hole 22A, a wedge hole driven from and above the previously announced hole 22, intersected the west lens at a vertical depth of 520 metres from surface (approximately 40 metres above hole 22). The massive sulfide intersection is 5.9 metres in core length and contains 24.0 percent zinc, 11.8 percent lead, 1.0 percent copper, 324 grams per tonne (g/t) silver and 1.4 g/t gold. Hole 22, announced on July 9th, 2018, intersected 4.7 metres at 24.0 percent zinc, 10.0 percent lead, 0.9 percent copper, 267 g/t silver and 1.6 g/t gold over 4.7 metres. These grades are amongst the best in the deposit and similar to the deepest intersection at 800 metres where the deposit remains open. True widths are approximately 70 percent of the core length.