Happy Creek Minerals (TSXV:HPY) announced additional drill results from its Fox tungsten-molybdenum property, which includes Hole F12-11 with 14.0 metres of 0.65% W03 starting at 27.0 metres depth.
As quoted in the press release:
New results from the RC prospect include vertical hole F12-11 with 14.0 metres of 0.65% W03 starting at 27.0 metres depth. This includes 1.6 metres grading 3.82% W03, 0.45% zinc, 3.1 g/t indium and 0.10 g/t gold. Results continue to indicate strong tungsten grades along with zinc and the rare metal indium. F12-11 is located approximately 60 metres northwest of F12-09 that returned 11.0 metres grading 0.82% W03. The near surface zone dips gently (approximately 10 to 16 degrees) west and the interval in F12-11 is thought to reflect near true-thickness. F12-11 also confirms the mineralized zone extends for approximately 125 metres beyond a trench containing 5.0 metres of 0.98% W03, and the zone remains open in extent.
Happy Creek President and CEO David Blann said:
F12-11 is another excellent result that is 60 metres away from a similar result in F12-09. This project continues to advance nicely. Drilling is beginning to outline a near-surface zone containing strong tungsten grades. We have tested only a small portion of the three kilometre long trend, providing us with large scale potential.