Carube Copper (TSXV: CUC) has expanded the gold-in-soil anomaly at its Main Ridge gold project in Jamaica east to a 5.5 km total strike length.
Though Carube has several copper and gold projects in Jamaica, the company says Main Ridge is one it can fast track through exploration. Carube is now carrying out detailed mapping and sampling at Main Ridge, including rock-chip samples, grab samples and channel samples across all mineralized structures it considers significant. This could continue until year-end.
“We are aggressively working on our Main Ridge gold project in Jamaica, where we’ve found pretty good indications of mineralization at surface,” company president and CEO Stephen Hughes says in a telephone interview with The Northern Miner.
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