Drilling Intersects a 55.4m Sulphide
Zone at Lynn Lake Nickel Project
Success in the first drill hole testing a newly identified pipe-like
geophysical anomaly at the priority Fraser Lake Complex
Innovative geophysical survey defined several pipe-like conductive bodies linking
into areas of drill-defined nickel-copper-cobalt sulphide mineralisation within the
Fraser Lake Complex at Lynn Lake.
The initial drill hole of a two-hole program testing one of these anomalies
intersected a 55.4 metres (downhole) sulphide zone on the margin of an interpreted
mafic/ultramafic intrusive pipe.
The targeted geophysical anomaly extends from near surface to at least 700 metres
Samples have been submitted for laboratory analysis with results to be released
when available – further drilling planned, subject to results.
Corazon’s Managing Director, Mr. Brett Smith, stated: “The most significant outcome from this drilling is proving that
our new geophysical techniques can identify the targeted magmatic sulphides, as well as these late, metal-rich