American Eagle Gold is focused on advancing its NAK property located in the Babine Copper-Gold Porphyry district in central British Columbia. NAK is a porphyry copper-gold target that exhibits many signs of a robust and large-scale system. Historical drilling, while shallow, defined a near-surface copper-gold system with a footprint greater than 1.5km x 1.5km. Drilling in 2022 showed that the property holds substantial deep potential but remains largely untested at depth, while near-surface mineralization potential was shown to be significantly larger than what was historically defined.
The NAK property is road accessible, and many target areas coincide with forest industry clear cuts. Drilling can be undertaken year-round, and no helicopter support is required. The NAK property is 85 kilometres from Smithers, BC, in the Babine copper-gold porphyry district of west-central British Columbia. It lies close to past-producing mines (Bell, Granisle), in proximity to excellent infrastructure. NAK's highly encouraging initial results make it a prime candidate for further exploration. The Company's main objective is to advance this newly revitalized prospect into a major discovery. Drilling is expected to commence in early June, 2023.
The company’s mission is to explore in an effort to discover a world-class copper and gold deposit located in Canada.
NAK is located in the Babine Copper-Gold Porphyry district in central British Columbia, one of the richest copper districts in the world.
American Eagle Gold Closes C$2.96 Million FinancingRead More+
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