Batt Project, Yukon, Canada
Approximately 90 km north of the giant Windy Craggy Copper Cobalt Deposit which contained ~100 Mt of >1% copper and .1% cobalt historic non 43-101 estimate).
Batt Project highlights:
- Same belt of rocks / same metal ratios as Windy Craggy
- Prominent Gossan with historical surface grab sample of 0.65% Co
- No modern Geochem or exploration for over 50 years
- Cobalt – Copper exploration project located in Yukon territory, Canada
- Located 15km off the Haines Junction, Yukon – Haines, Alaska Highway
- Staked and explored in 1967 comprised of:
- Grid Layout, Magnetic, EM, IP, and soil geochemical surveys, mapping and 5 packsack drill holes
- Re-staked in 1983 due to very strong similarities to Windy Craggy deposit, mostly related to Cu-Co-Au association.
- Zone is steeply dipping, north trending and about 3km long and 250m wide.
- Two grab samples collected assayed (1) 5.6% Cu, N/A Co, 0.4% Sb, 0.7 g/t Au and (2) 1.7% Cu, 0.65% Co, Sb N/A, 2.7 g/t Au
- Sample (2) was very similar metal ratios as Windy Craggy
"Exploration program recommended
to follow-up on historical results"