Bullseye Area – McNeil Project


The Bullseye Area was originally identified from the OGS study in 2000 (Map #82-055).

The company will continue to evaluate the information gained from this area after which further exploration will be initiated.

In the fall of 2008,  a two hole – 500 meter drilling program was undertaken to test the Bullseye anomaly. Each hole encountered over 200 meters of extensive alteration and mineralization with selected copper and gold values ranging from .45% Cu to 1.02% Cu and gold values from .41g/ton to 1.51g/ton.

Based on ground magnetic and ground gravity surveys performed over the Bullseye anomaly vertical extrapolations have identified deeper coincidental features that are highly associated with VMS deposits. The “Bullseye” anomaly has encountered the fringes of a VMS style Hydrothermal Alteration Pipe containing Gold and Copper Mineralization.

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