Duluth Metals Limited is pleased to announce that a second drill rig has been mobilized on the Target 3 area of the East Shore exploration property.
The drilling will be carried out in the Harris Lake/Heart Lake area approximately 4 miles south of the Nickel Lake Macrodike. Drilling is targeting VTEM geophysical anomalies along the sulphide bearing, eastern basal contact zone of the South Kawishiwi Intrusion.
"We are extremely pleased to mobilize a second drill rig on our East Shore property while drilling continues on the Nor'East property," commented Vern Baker, President of Duluth Metals. "The East Shore property is a strategic land package near qualified resources in the South Kawishiwi Intrusion."
The primary exploration focus on the Nor'East and East Shore Properties is for copper-nickel-PGM mineralization, similar to other known deposits in the Duluth Complex, (e.g., the Maturi Deposit). The Nor'East property is situated at the junction of the Nickel Lake Macrodike and the South Kawishiwi Intrusion and is a prime target area for Duluth Metals. Geological modeling indicates that the property has the potential to host "Voisey's Bay"-type Ni-Cu-PGM massive sulfide mineralization.