August 7, 2008
7, 2008 - Troymet Exploration Corp. (TSXV:TYE) (“Troymet” or the
“Company”) is pleased to announce the commencement of diamond drilling
on its 100% owned Golden Eagle project in northwest British Columbia.
The planned 2,500-metre program will focus on the Tannis and LQ
The diamond drilling program will initially target the Tannis zone,
where drilling in 2005-2006 intersected high-grade gold-silver
mineralization in a pyrite and arsenopyrite-bearing quartz vein system
in rhyolitic intrusive (Reference: Sept. 24, 2007 news release).
Individual quartz veins have been traced in excess of 300 metres. The
mineralized veins also intrude the Boundary Range Metamorphic Suite that
flanks the intrusive to the east, and reconnaissance soil geochemical
sampling suggests the mineralized veins continue into or beneath
Jurassic volcanics/sediments that flank the intrusive to the west.
The mineralization at Tannis reflects an epithermal-style mineralizing
environment, and this type of setting has the potential to host
Table 1. Tannis Zone - 2005-2006 Drill Results
* Widths represent down hole core lengths. True widths cannot be reliably estimated at this time.
Where exposed, the LQ prospect is a minimum 1.0-metre wide pyrite and
arsenopyrite-bearing quartz vein in Stuhini Group Volcanics. Limited
sampling in 2004 returned 1.76 g/t and 4.72 g/t gold in a grab and float
sample respectively (Reference: Sedar filing Oct. 11, 2007). There is
no historical record of the LQ prospect ever being drill tested.
The current program also includes detailed and reconnaissance
prospecting over the property’s 25-km long extent, with particular focus
on a number of airborne magnetic and EM anomalies identified in 2005
that have yet to be investigated.
The 8,178-hectare Golden Eagle project is located within the Tintina
Gold Belt in northwestern British Columbia. The Company controls a 100%
interest in the property through a mix of 100% owned claims and optioned
claims. The property has the potential to host several deposit types,
including high-grade gold-silver vein-hosted deposits, bulk tonnage
copper/gold porphyries with associated skarn deposits and volcanogenic
massive sulphide (VMS) deposits. Eleven separate mineralized zones have
been identified to date over the property’s 25-km long extent.
The Company has engaged Equity Exploration Consultants Ltd of Vancouver
BC to conduct the 2008 exploration program and the drilling contract was
awarded to Apex Diamond Drilling Ltd. of Smithers BC. All core samples
will be sent to ALS Chemex laboratory in Vancouver BC and assay results
will be released once received and compiled.
Tracy Hurley, P.Geo., Vice President, Exploration and qualified person
as defined by National Instrument 43-101 is responsible for the
technical information provided in this release.
TROYMET EXPLORATION CORP.
Kieran Downes, Ph.D., P.Geo.
President, CEO & Director
For further information, contact:
Troymet Exploration Corp.
Tel: 1-888-456-4952 or email@example.com
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