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Willie Jack Zone


A robust gold-in-soil anomaly with metasediment-hosted auriferous quartz veining

The Willie Jack zone covers the southwestern margin of the early Jurassic Christmas Creek batholith, where it lies in contact with older, Permian Kedahda formation sediments.  A 1.25-kilometer-long Au-As-Ag-Mo-Te soil anomaly, coined the Willie Jack trend, hosts auriferous quartz veins with rock grab sample assay values up to 9.9 g/t Au. The Willie Jack trend falls within a broader, 6.5-kilometer-long anomalous gold trend with soil sample assays up to 3.77 g/t Au. Sampling of quartz float and quartz in bedrock indicate that the anomalous gold-in-soil trend is caused by a series of metasediment-hosted, northwest-trending auriferous quartz veins. A chip sample across siliceous quartzite yielded 0.35 g/t Au over 6.5m in the eastern part of the Willie Jack zone; suggesting potential for low-grade bulk tonnage style mineralization.



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