Troymet reports assays from Key project
Tuesday, Jan 15, 2013
Troymet Exploration Corp. (TSX VENTURE:TYE) ("Troymet" or the "Company") reports results from the fall, reverse circulation drilling program on its 100% owned Key gold project in British Columbia (16 holes - 867 metres). Active logging severally restricted access for drilling with the result that only four target areas were drilled: Buzz, SGN, Blue and P1A (www.troymet.com/i/maps/Key_
The drill program tested for bedrock gold mineralization under and adjacent to high gold-in-soil anomalies regardless of whether there was an associated induced polarization anomaly. Holes RC-08, RC-09 and RC-10, drilled on a approx. 125 metre long east-west section through the Buzz B (max. value 0.22 g/t Au), intersected bedrock gold-silver mineralization - elevated values in RC-09 and significant values in RC-10 (0.38 g/t gold over 13.71 metres including 2.74 g/t gold over 1.52 metres - Table 1). The mineralization occurs within the peak of the Buzz B anomaly and is open to the north, south, east and to depth. Holes RC-09 and RC-10 were drilled heel to toe. The mineralization in both holes starts immediately in the sub-crop indicating the Buzz B gold-in-soil anomaly is reflecting bedrock gold mineralization.
Hole RC-03 and RC-04 (Buzz C) were drilled as 25 metre step outs, north and south respectively, of the silver intersection in hole Key-09(1) (11.13 g/t silver, 0.23% zinc and 0.05 g/t gold over 5.0 metres). Hole RC-04 intersected 2 sections with anomalous silver (Table 1).