SASKATCHEWAN – Results from the 10 most recent holes at the Patterson Lake South project reveals that the total on-strike mineralized trend now extends for 2.31 km. The PLS project is owned by Fission Uranium Corp. of Kelowna, BC, and lies on the southwest edge of the Athabasca Basin.
The drill results expanded the high grade, near surface R600W zone both to the east and west, to a total strike length of 135 metres. There is a parallel zone 40 metres to the north that has been intersected in multiple holes. As well the high grade area at the eastern edge of the Triple R deposit has been expanded.
This year’s hole 418 on line 690W intersected 65.0 metres of composite mineralization over a 245.5-metre section including 3.26 metres with >10,000 cps radioactivity. Hole 427 on line 1110E intersected 55.0 metres of composite mineralization over a 124.5-metre section including 2.14 metres with >10,000 cps radioactivity.
Updated maps and files can be found on Fission’s website by clicking here.