Wolfden Announces Pickett Mt. Drill Results with Multiple Intercepts, Oct 1, 2020

By October 1, 2020Press Releases

Holes PM20-03, 04, and 09 confirm Fold in West Lens and Potential to Add to Resources

Hole 04 intersects 18.97% ZnEq over 3.9 metres and 24.62% ZnEq over 3.4 metres

Bay, Ontario, October 1, 2020 – Wolfden Resources Corporation (WLF.V) (“Wolfden” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce additional positive results and an update for its ongoing 5,000 metre drill program at its wholly owned Pickett Mountain Project in Northeastern Maine.  Ten holes have been drilled to date to test for potential extensions and structural controls of the two main lenses of massive sulphide mineralization that host the mineral resource. Five of the ten holes have intersected massive sulphide mineralization. Assay results have been received for only the first four holes as shown in Table 2.  The program has now commenced testing further step-out targets (within 300 to 2,000 metres from the two main lenses), including, follow-up of a 200-metre wide sulphide stringer zone that was intersected in hole PX-001 in 2019.

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