Alpha Minerals Inc. (TSXV:AMW,FWB:E2GA) and its 50% Joint Venture partner Fission Uranium Corp., released results for an additional five holes drilled on the R390E Zone at the Patterson Lake South (PLS) project located in the Athabasca Basin. Highlights include PLS13-086 intersecting a 47.0m wide mineralized zone, including a total of 5.27m composite “off-scale” to expand the R390E Zone.
As quoted in the press release:
5.27m total composite off-scale (>9999 cps), including:
3.0m of continuous off-scale (>9999 cps) (101.0m – 104.0m)
PLS13-083 (line 315E) intersected 61.5m total composite of variably radioactive mineralization over a 105.5m wide interval (53.0m – 158.5m). Clay alteration from 53 m to 192. Includes some poor core recovery where the hand held scintillometer results are moderate and the down hole gamma probe results show strongly anomalous values over a 1.0 m interval from 80.0m – 81.0m within an interval from 80.0m – 83.0m where core recovery was estimated at 48.7%.
PLS13-078 (line 435E) intersected 42.0m total composite of variably radioactive mineralization over a 60.5m wide interval (75.0m to 135.5m)