Propalof and Suzy-Rhodo Prospects

The prospect covers about 5km2 adjacent to and east of the Centennial project area on Popof Island.

Geochemistry in strongly silicified rock shows anomalous gold mineralization confined to two, north- trending parallel zones approximately 300m wide, including a trench sample that returned 3.35m @ 1.1g/t Au.

Three holes drilled at Propalof intercepted 3.3m @ 1.2g/t Au, and 7.3m @ 0.82g/t Au in a quartz stockwork and hydrothermal breccia.

Unlike Centennial, mineralization seems to be exclusively related to these brecciated, quartz veined zones and faults which are described as a more active system than Centennial. Surface soil and rock anomalies suggest that this zone continues over 300m to the south of DDH Prop-1 towards the Suzy Rhodo zone on the coast.

Suzy Rhodo is an area of solfataric alteration on the coast where Battle Mountain geologists in the 1980s took a grab sample that returned 21g/t Au, but could not follow the structure inland due to cover by a late basalt flow.

Recommended follow up:

  • Drilling to the south of previous drilling to test the southerly extent of the Propalof zone.
  • Drilling to the south of the “Ring Vein” which hosts anomalous gold (to 1.2g/t Au) in a brecciated fault zone.
  • Trenching and sampling between Centennial and the main Propalof zone.
  • Pursue Suzy-Rhodo with geophysics and/or MMI geochemistry.

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