Secret Pass Gold Project, Arizona,USA
The Tin Cup mineralized zone has a strike length of approximate 243m (800ft) and a drill‐indicated depth of up to 183m (600ft.)Surface oxidation has extended to a depth of up to 122m (400ft).
The FM mineralization has a strike length of approximate 213m (700ft) and extends to a depth of up to 122m (400ft.) As at Tin Cup, high‐grade structures occur within a mineralized envelope though the FM mineral system is weaker in intensity. Depth of oxidation is generally at a depth of 76m (250ft) to 106m (350ft.).
Drilling along a 182 m (600’) long segment of the Tin Cup mineralized zone tested the zone to a vertical depth of 152 m (500’) .
- The FM zone shows shallow mineralization which has potential to be amenable for an open pit mine. The deposit is currently open-ended at depth and along strike to the north-west.
- Significant exploration upside – Secret Pass, the Frisco Mine fault and Union Pass fault are well defined structures with demonstrated gold potential.