The Hubcap project is located 5 km southeast of Wawa. It’s a 4,163-hectare area with nine historic parallel gold-bearing quartz veins, all open at depth.
There was small, near-surface production on the property in 1934 and 1939-40. Historic* underground samples returned up to 80 g/t Au. The “Ross Showing” returned historic* grab sample values of up to 383 g/t Au and 219 g/t Ag, and veins of 1-3 metres in width were identified.
A test drill hole at the Camouflage Trench returned 11.6 g/t Au. Other underground samples taken at this project site returned 80 g/t Au. Potential for platinum group metals.