The newest BC Gold Company. Exploring for high-grade Gold, Copper, Silver, Lead and Zinc.
Casa Minerals Inc. (TSX.V: CASA) is a Canadian-based company focusing on the development of prime gold exploration targets in the Americas. Casa’s management is actively searching for gold producing mining projects in Nevada, USA and Peru in addition to its high-grade gold and silver projects in central BC, and the well-developed VMS exploration project in northern BC, Canada.
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The company holds the following advanced exploration projects in its portfolio;
High-grade Gold Project:
Paddy-Mac is a high-grade gold developed prospect 25 km north of Terrace in west-central British Columbia, Canada. The system contains a stockwork of east-west running mineralized quartz veins with narrower crosscutting veins. The major vein has been sampled over 550m by previous operators with values of up to 10.4oz/t Gold. It has an average thickness of 1 ft, but ranges up to 10 ft. In the 1970ies, several adits were driven into the lower veins with reportedly minor gold production.
Porphyry Cu-Mo-Ag Project;
Pitman is a developed porphyry prospect located in close proximity to the south of Paddy-Mac. Pitman was drilled in the past, and it contains a known mineral deposit. Casa Minerals Inc. has extensively sampled this project from 2005 to 2017 and developed it to a very important Silver-Copper-Molybdenum porphyry target.
High-Grade Silver Project;
Keaper Project is a high-grade Silver-Copper-Lead-Zinc vein target located just a few kilometers south-east of the Pitman – Paddy-Mac Project. The highest Silver sampled is 2,232 g/t with 1.123% Copper. Casa has developed drill-ready targets with extensive surface sampling.
Advanced VMS Project;
Arsenault is a Beshi type VMS developed prospect. Extensive soil and rock surveys have been conducted by previous operators, and further soil, rock and airborne Electro-magnetic surveys Casa since 2006. This drill ready VMS has all the right Geophysical, Geochemical and Geological signatures on its robust VMS drill targets.