The Irish prospect is located in the north east of the property and consists of milky colored quartz vein swarms within flat lying andesite flows and tuffs. A 3-4.5m vein system with a shallow, SE dip outcrops in a creek where nearby float samples returned values up to 2.5g/t Au and 231g/t Ag. Alteration consists of propylitic halos around the quartz veins. The true nature and extent of the vein system remains unknown due to poor exposure and limited work done on the prospect.
In 1987 Battle Mountain Gold Company (“BMGC”) reported a non NI 43-101 compliant , disseminated gold occurrence hosted in a permeable adularia-sericite altered tuff that crops out at surface. The occurrence was delineated by a wide spaced, 5,653m diamond drill program.