Troymet Exploration Corp. ("Troymet" or the Company") is pleased to report the completion of the summer exploration program on its Wildcat gold-silver project located in the Detroit Mining District, an historic gold producing region in the northern Drum Mountains of central Utah. The field program was extended a number of times because of ongoing encouraging exploration results.
As previously reported (news release dated September 22, 2015) Troymet completed detailed geophysical surveys in the Core and SE target areas to aid in targeting of drill holes. Final products of the advanced processing and interpretation of these data were received at the end of October. Troymet completed a full review of all exploration data in the field during the first week of November. Priority drill targets have been selected as well as access to these sites. Troymet now has the necessary information to proceed with permitting a drill program. As well, additional soil sampling was undertaken to follow up and detail positive soil sampling results and to complete coverage of newly staked claims in parts of the Core and SE target areas.
Kieran Downes, President and CEO of Troymet, comments: "The summer exploration program has identified a number of strong drill targets. The Company is anxious to drill these targets."
The current database for the Wildcat project is extensive. Troymet plans to release pertinent information for the various drill targets in the coming weeks.
Troymet's exploration focus is gold and silver mineralization in veins, stockworks, breccias and bulk-tonnage deposits along the Joy Fault, and in structural/stratigraphic hosts in Cambrian carbonate rocks.
Kieran Downes, P. Geo., a Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101, has reviewed and verified the technical information provided in this release.