Mineral exploration company Pacific Ridge Exploration Ltd. has announced the completion of its reverse circulation drill program at its Poker Brown gold-silver project in Nevada.
The initiative was set to conclude on March 24 with 753 m of drilling in 6 holes.
The targets were defined by surface mineralization, historical workings and analysis of the two chargeability anomalies identified by the IP geophysical survey conducted in October 2016.
Official results will be released once the assays have been put together and thoroughly examined.
Other noteworthy projects of the company include the Fyre Lake Cu-Au-Co deposit under option to BMC Minerals, and the TL Zinc lead-silver-zinc property in British Columbia whose target is a massive Broken Hill type of SEDEX Zn-Pb-Ag sulphide deposit.
The Poker Brown gold-silver project is within 190 km from Reno, Nevada. There are other gold mines scattered over an area of about 80 km from the property.
Last but not least, Pacific Ridge manages a well-located project portfolio in Yukon’s White Gold District, including Mariposa, Eureka Dome and Gold Cap.