Moose Lake

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Glen Eagle intercepts large phosphate (P205) sections at Moose Lake in March 2015

Hole #

From

(m)

To

(m)

Length

(m)

P205

(%)

LO-12-09

56,0

103,5

47,5

5,12

LO-12-10

48,5

121,5

73,0

5,53

LO-12-11

10,9

124,5

113,6

4,10

INCL.

78,4

124,5

46,1

5,41

LO-12-25

41,0

120,0

79,0

5,45

LO-12-26

31,5

115,5

84,0

4,45

LO-12-27

133,5

166,5

33,0

5,10

LO-12-28

76,5

138,0

61,5

5,31

LO-12-29

106,5

168,0

61,5

5,74

LO-12-30

61,5

168,0

106,5

4,97

INCL.

135,0

163,5

28,5

6,25

LO-12-34

66,0

130,5

64,5

5,40

LO-12-38

43,5

105,0

61,5

5,94

The main phosphate-bearing body which was estimated to be 1.5 kilometer long by 250 meters wide can now be confirmed with a greater degree of certainty. The program seems to have tested the outer limit of the deposit along strike to the East as grade and thickness of the mineralization decreased with drill holes LO-14-16 to LO-14-20 intercepting limited widths.  The remaining drill holes of the campaign are reported in the table below and were designed to test the overall deposit along strike and at further depth for future resources calculations.

Hole #

From

(m)

To

(m)

Length

(m)

P205

(%)

LO-14-01

70,5

94,5

24,0

5,35

LO-14-02

54,0

90,0

36,0

5,31

LO-14-03

43,5

66,0

22,5

5,79

LO-14-05

63,0

96,0

33,0

5,26

LO-14-13

165,0

186,0

21,0

6.25

LO-14-21

3,0

102,0

99,0

5,54

INCL.

3,0

9,0

6,0

10,33

LO-14-22

39,0

100,5

61,5

5,11

INCL.

85,5

96,0

10,5

6,56

LO-14-23

37,5

102,0

64,5

5,61

INCL.

78,0

100,5

22,5

6,20

LO-14-24

39,0

100,5

61,5

5,83

LO-14-25

18,0

54,0

36,0

5,26

LO-14-26

3,0

72,0

69,0

5,53

Moose Lake image gallery

Picture #3 shows large phosphate showings on surface.