Simon Lake Project
The Simon Lake Graphite Project covers 11,800 hectares, and is located approximately 300 km northeast of La Ronge, Saskatchewan; and is intersected by Highway 905. The property consists of several showings of flake graphite mineralization in historic drill holes, which were discovered during the exploration of base metals during the 1960’s and 1970’s.
Historic drill hole 2-72 encountered a graphitic biotite gneiss with descriptions of “abundant graphite” over a 68 m interval. Historic hole E42-5 encountered a graphitic biotite gneiss with core descriptions of “disseminated graphite” or “coarse graphite flakes”, with narrower intervals described as “graphite flakes abundant” and “heavy graphite in 6 to 12 inch bands”.
In February, 2012 the company completed a Versatile Time-Domain Electromagnetic (VTEM) geophysical survey over a portion of the property, which verified the historic graphite-bearing conductive trends.
The Company is currently completing a phase 1 drill program on the Property. Please review the recent News Releases for additional information.
Simon Lake - Geophysics + DDH Sept. 25 2012
Drill Plan Map overlay on the earlier released EM Survey