Odin Metals Limited (ASX: ODM) has obtained further promising results from its maiden drill programme at the Sturgeon Lake Project in Ontario, Canada.
CEO Simon Mottram said the latest two holes returned high-grade results equal or better to that returned from an earlier hole, which in turn is in line with previously reported historic results.
Mr Mottram said the Abitibi Zone continues to deliver high-grade zinc, together with potentially economic levels of copper, lead, gold and silver and the results improve continuity in the high-grade core, and which remains open at depth and to surface.
Meanwhile, an updated interpretation of the broader Abitibi mineralised envelope (Upper Zone) suggests it extends over approximately 1.5km of strike, and the high-grade core lies within this.
Mr Mottram said drilling in the maiden programme is complete, while results are still pending for three holes.
At Bell Lake West new and previously unrecognized prospective VMS trend has been found. Ground reconnaissance over three strong VTEM anomalies at has identified outcropping prospective volcanic sediments and geology prospective for VMS mineralisation.
Work will now focus on interpretation and planning for the next exploration programme in the first half of 2020.
This will include any follow-up drilling at Abitibi, drill testing of the priority A2 VTEM target (a potential repetition or offset of the existing Abitibi Zone), and ground EM surveying at Bell Lake West in preparation for drill testing.