The Angikuni Lake area is host 3 projects; Robin, F13 and AN. These projects host high grade gold, copper and silver mineralization.
A Uranium North exploration program completed in 2010 focused on mapping, prospecting and sampling over these known areas to determine mineralizing control factors and confirm high grade gold, silver and copper showings. Several new drill targets have been delineated.
All three projects are within 30 km of one another. In 2011 work on all three projects will be completed under the unified Angikuni Lake project resulting in lower overall exploration costs.
A brief description of F13, Robin and AN along with work conducted in 2010 is provided below.
F13Grab samples from mineralized rocks across the property yield numerous high grade assay values including 399.0 g/T gold, 129 g/T Ag and 17.1% copper. Mineralization at F13 occurs over an area extending approximately 1 by 1 kilometre and appears to be related to quartz and carbonate veins in variably altered volcanic rocks. The results highlight two types of mineralization on the property; high gold - high copper/silver and high gold - low copper/silver mineralization.
Click to EnlargeHistorical samples at AN yielded high gold, silver and copper including reports of samples assaying 72 g/T gold, 1193 g/T silver and 6.9% copper.
RobinHigh grade gold silver and copper has been identified along a 2.6 kilometre long structure. Six areas along the trend yield samples assaying 1.0 g/T to 11.75g/T Au. In addition, 16 samples along the structure contain gold ranging from 0.1 to 0.746 g/T Au. Sampling in 2010 also confirms the presence of significant copper mineralization with 2 samples assaying 1.9% and 2.2% Cu and nine samples ranging between 0.1% to 0.6% Cu. Silver assays.