Originally posted on: https://jaxonmining.com
January 14, 2019, Vancouver, Canada – Jaxon Mining Inc. (TSXV: JAX) (FSE: OU31) (OTC: JXMNF) (the “Company”) is pleased to announce it has received the assay results from diamond drill holes BB18-04 and BB18-05, drilled from the same platform as BB18-03 but at different angles, azimuths and depths.
Five of ten planned drill holes were completed before weather conditions halted the program. All holes targeted the Backbone gold-cobalt tourmaline breccia mineralization zones along strike at Red Springs, located 9 km from Highway 16, on the Company’s 44,000 ha Hazelton property in the Skeena Arch area of North West British Columbia.
Assay results (Table 1) from BB18-03 to BB18-05 at the Backbone tourmaline breccia zone (Figure 1) confirm:
- approximately a 40 m long and 2 to 3 m thick high-grade band strike extension at a gold equivalent grade from 2.40 g/t to 5.0 g/t within a 21 to 26 m wide mineralization zone
- approximately a 100 m long and 1 to 2 m thick high-grade band dip extension at a gold equivalent grade from 2.14 g/t at BB18-04 to 15.28 g/t at surface trench Tr-D within approximately 20 m wide mineralization
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