NEW BRUNSWICK – GEODEX MINERALS of Vancouver has reported on the first four of nine recent drill holes from the Pughole-Whopper zone at its Mount Pleasant West project, 3 km west of the former Mount Pleasant tungsten-molybdenum mine. The best hole assayed 62.81 g/t In and 2.8% Zn over 31.7 m. The same intersection contained a 5.6-m section grading 225.66 g/t In and 9.03% Zn.
The Pughole-Whopper zone is only one of four zones that Geodex is investigating at Mount Pleasant West; it has been tested with nine holes. Other zones are the Pomeroy (three holes), Mount Pleasant South zone (one hole) and True Hill SW (one hole).
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