Adroit Resources has announced the arrival of a drill rig at the Little Pigeon Lake and drilling will begin at the west end of high-grade vein, containing gold and copper, to examine the affinities with the Coniarum-Hollinger-McIntyre complex.
The location of the Little Pigeon Lake is in the Red Vein property’s southeast portion, which includes 192 claim units.
Forage Perfection has mobilized a drilling rig to the property. It will examine for high-grade mineralized gold and copper at the property’s west end that has gold-copper bearing quartz vein for 2.3 km strike. Adroit has signed an agreement with Forage Perfection to drill 4,000 m.
Drilling will analyze the high-grade vein and the related porphyry intrusion that was found during the deep IP survey. This drilling is the first program to examine the high-grade mineralized gold and copper and will be limited to the initial 250 m of the open quartz vein, wherein considerable amount of geoscientific information has been gathered.
The company has built an access trail from Grassy Road to the Little Pigeon Lake property. The building equipment will be continuously expanding the access towards the gold-copper mineralized vein for a proposed summer mapping, prospecting, geochemical and geophysical exploration.
This project is located at the centre of a high potential mining triangle in Timmins, Kirkland and Sudbury lake. The company has discovered exploration targets at the project, following data collection and integration.