Happy Creek Drills 4.1m of 5.1 Percent W03 at BN Zone, Fox Tungsten Property

- October 25th, 2016

Happy Creek Minerals (TSXV:HPY) has announced additional results from the 2016 exploration program on its 100 percent owned Fox tungsten property located northeast of 10 Mile House, British Columbia. As quoted in the press release: A program of geology, trenching and approximately 2,330.6 metres of NQ diameter core drilling in 28 holes were completed at … Continued

Happy Creek Minerals (TSXV:HPY) has announced additional results from the 2016 exploration program on its 100 percent owned Fox tungsten property located northeast of 10 Mile House, British Columbia.
As quoted in the press release:

A program of geology, trenching and approximately 2,330.6 metres of NQ diameter core drilling in 28 holes were completed at the Ridley Creek, BK, BN and South Grid zones. Interim results reported here are from 19 holes, with additional results from these and other holes pending. A map showing the location of the various mineralized zones can be found on the Company’s website at www.happycreekminerals.com.
BN prospect
Drill hole F16-17returned 4.1metres of 5.1% WO3 and is located approximately 50 metres south of 2012 drill hole F12-27 which contains 14.8m of 4.0% W03. F16-18 is about 50 metres south of F16-17, and returned 3.03 m of 1.07 % WO3 and ended within the mineralized zone due to a drill problem. Approximately 45 metres further south, F16-19 returned 6.0 metres of 0.56% WO3, including 2.8 metres of 0.81% WO3. Drilling at the BN prospect has started to outline a new high grade mineralized zone that is open in extent to the south and north. To date, drilling has tested an area approximately 150 m by 100 m in dimension within a target area that is 1.5 km by 1.0 km in dimension. For comparison, the Cantung mine located in the Northwest Territories, Canada, is regarded as among the largest and highest-grade tungsten mines in the western world with reserves and resources grading approximately 0.80 to 0.97% WO3(1).

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