The Bamako project is located approximately 25 km south of the High Lake base metal deposit and approximately 190 km south southeast of Kugluktuk.
The Bamako Project consists of one mineral claim totaling 717 hectares.
100% North Arrow.
Surface samples have returned assays up to 54.4 g/t Au.
Bamako has known gold mineralization with limited shallow historical drilling intersecting 15.30 g/t Au over 2.60 m.
Detailed geological mapping, sampling and geophysics has outlined three sub-parallel, near vertical gold bearing mineralized horizons within a 300 m stratigraphic interval of sheared mafic metavolcanic rocks.
Additional drilling is warranted.
The Bamako gold occurrences consist of three sub-parallel, near vertical dipping gold bearing mineralized horizons within a 300 m stratigraphic interval have been identified. Mineralization is characterized by zones of sulphide enrichment and silicification within sheared mafic metavolcanic rocks. Surface samples have returned assays up to 54.4 g/t Au. In 1995 BHP - Utah Mines Ltd. carried out a six hole diamond drilling program. Highlights included 15.30 g/t Au over 2.60 m at 46.55 m down hole and 5.4g/t Au over 1.21 m at 39.79 m down hole. This program only tested portions of two of the known zones to shallow depths.