On the heels of announcing a 30% resource expansion at its flagship Patterson Lake South (PLS) project, in North-Western Saskatchewan, Fission Uranium is again making waves after the first four drill holes of the winter drill campaign hit wide mineralisation.
The Kelowna, British Columbia-based company has encountered high-grade radioactivity at the R1515W zone at its PLS property, which is host to the Triple R deposit.
R1515W is the westernmost zone of the Triple R deposit and new drill results target the shallow mineralisation on lines 1530W and 1560W.
The holes include PLS18-571 (line 1560W), which intersected 108 m of total composite mineralisation, including 5.81 m of total composite radioactivity of more than 10 000 counts per second (cps), with a peak of more than 65 535 cps, the company advised in a news release.
Fission expanded the R1515W zone on line 1530W and 1560W, encountering 108 m total composite mineralisation over a 160 m interval, between 110.5 m to 270.5 m, including 5.81 m of total composite at more than 10,000 cps in Hole PLS18-571.
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