Target Area: San Manuel-San Gil
Location, Geology and Mineralization
Located in the central portion of the Zacatecas Mining District, the San Manuel-San Gil area covers an area of 8 square
kilometers, where sub-parallel epithermal veins and alteration zones outcrop. The main vein system bears N60W to East-West and
dips to the north and south, with thicknesses varying from 0.10 meters to 7 meters, and lengths from 400 to 1,400 meters with shorter
offshoots. The total length of all the outcropping veins and their respective offshoots is about 7,000 meters, with an average width of
1.2 meters. We have taken 167 chip-channel samples that have returned silver and gold values, and highly anomalous values in
copper, lead and zinc.
We previously carried out a geochemical soil sampling program in an area measuring 4.2 kilometers by 2 kilometers with east-west lines every 100 meters and samples every 50 meters. A total of 785 samples were taken. The strongest anomaly in silver, gold and copper is located in the southeastern portion of the area.
We have planned an exploration program including approximately 2,000 meters of drilling at an estimated cost of $350,000 to test this target.
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