Blind Creek Resources Begin Work Program at Table Mountain Project
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA -- (Marketwire - June 27, 2012) - Blind Creek Resources Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:BCK) ("the Company" or "Blind Creek") reports that stage 1 of its 2012 field program in the Mayo Mining District, Yukon is now completed.
The Blind Creek five person exploration team will now focus on Table Mountain, 15 km northwest of the historic Atlin placer gold camp.
During 2011, the Blind Creek team encountered a gold-silver geochemical soil anomaly extending over 36 hectares and which is still open. An anomalous zone of copper-molybdenum-lead-zinc extending over 100 hectares forms a halo to the gold-silver geochemical core, which also still open.
These anomalous areas fall within a gossan zone 4000 meters long and 1000 meters wide and were only partially explored in 2011.
On the west side of Table Mountain is a known placer gold creek. During the 1900's government records indicate samples from copper prospects on the east side of the mountain, the Dundee and the Petty, returned gold of $8.00 per ton value (standard reporting practices at that time). Rock formations in the Table Mountain area are deemed volcanic, and intersected by a major regional NW-SE fault, named the Nahlin Fault Zone.
Table Mountain is accessible from Atlin by a 5 minute float plane flight or a one hour jet-boat ride, and by a natural 100 km waterway to the Skagway Alaska rail head in Carcross Yukon, with road links to the Alaska Highway, via Graham Inlet and Tagish Lake.
The Company now has an updated website with information and technical reports at www.blindcreekresources.com.
The technical information in this News Release has been written by Nicholas Clive Aspinall, P.Eng., a qualified person as defined in National Instrument 43-101.
On behalf of the Board of Directors,
J. Frank Callaghan
President and CEO
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J. Frank Callaghan
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