- At Miner Lake, the Au-Cu mineralization is associated with an intermediate intrusive complex
- NI 43-101 Technical Report completed on Miner Lake in November 2020
- Recent work has identified a hydrothermal breccia zone up to tens of metres wide and mineralized in places, within an area of ~1.5 km by 2.5 km in size.
- Elsewhere, gold values up to 3.36 g/t Au and 0.24% Cu were obtained in an east-northeast trending sulfide-rich shear structure nearly 50 m wide.
- Trenching, sampling and limited shallow drilling have consistently returned gold values of up to a few g/t over several meters.
- At Greenoaks, a cluster of gold-bearing zones has been documented within a northwest-trending shear structure that has been traced for 500 meters, so far, with values of up to 35.3 g/t Au across 3.2 meters.
Disclaimer: The technical information set forth above is derived from public sources, and does not comply with the disclosure standards set forth in National Instrument 43-101. Available information may vary materially from disclosure presented in accordance with National Instrument 43-101 and should not be relied upon. Caprock has not verified the data set forth above and is not treating such disclosure as National Instrument 43-101 compliant, however Caprock considers the data to be relevant as it indicates known mineralization on the project. Please refer to Slide 15 under the heading “Third Party Information” for further details.