ONTARIO – Goldeye Explorations of Toronto has struck bonanza grades at its Weebigee gold project 227 km north of Red Lake. In the RVG4 zone, hole BH14-17 returned 9.35 g/t over 4.51 metres, including 110 g/t over 0.3 metres and 19.9 g/t over 0.3 metres. Hole BK14-23 in the Bernadette zone assayed 10.89 g/t over 3.85 metres, including 131 g/t over 0.3 metres from the top of the bedrock.
(These are core lengths and not capped).
Goldeye is drilling the Knoll zone as well as the Bernadette and RVG4 zones. All three have returned promising assays. The company says the Bernadette and RVG4 zones appear to be part of the same system as Knoll, but without the intense, coherent alteration zones that characterize Knoll. Gold mineralization in the Bernadette and RVG4 zones is visible in fine pyritic quartz veinlets as well as crack-seal quartz tourmaline veins. The veins are surrounded by discrete haloes of bleaching and silicification and biotitization of quartz eye tuffs. The Knoll zone shows consistent geology with strong to intense silica-carb-sericite alteration and higher gold values associated with intense quartz flooding or veining.
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