Inca Minerals Drills Visible Copper At Camel Creek Prospect

Inca Minerals Ltd (ASX: ICG) has observed visible copper from its reverse circulation (RC) drill program at the Camel Creek Prospect.

Camel Creek is part of Inca’s Jean Elson Project in Northern Territory.

The RC drill program is mainly targeting the outcropping copper mineralisation at Ningaloo and Sunset Boulevard targets.

However, a couple of holes on shallow geophysical targets are also planned, given their proximity to both the known mineralisation and the vein systems in the granite.

Visible copper observed

Five holes for 340 metres have been completed to date, using an RC rig.

Four of these holes targeted outcropping mineralised vein systems including Sunset Boulevarde and the J and K veins.

These holes returned positive results with visible copper observed over a number of metres.

Mineralisation intercepted at the K vein prospect with visible malachite and strong haematite alteration.

Drill results awaited

Following the drilling of 2 more holes in the next couple of days, the field staff will return to Mount Isa and submit all samples for assaying.

Meanwhile, an update on the initial field observations, including more detailed discussions of the pXRF results will be reported soon.

The company held cash of A$1.376 million on 31 March 2024.

 

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