Dewdrop Moon​

Walker Lane, Nevada

Summary

The Dewdrop Moon Project is in the Walker Lane trend of western Nevada just to the south of the Yerington porphyry district including the Ann Mason deposit (Hudbay).  The large land position measures 48 square kilometers, and contains altered and mineralized Jurassic intrusions, similar to the adjacent mining areas.  The neighboring Pumpkin Hollow Mine is the first new US copper producer in the last 10 years.  Dewdrop Moon is road-accessible on permit friendly BLM claims with drill ready targets.

2020 Sampling identified outcropping epithermal gold targets – up to 3.65 g/t gold at surface and 4.25% exotic copper (oxide). Numerous historic adits and workings were identified which were not previously documented.  New staking significantly expanded the land position eastward to encompass porphyry copper-gold prospective geology and targets (analogous to Yerington and Ann Mason).

2021 Work Program
  • ZTEM airborne geophysical survey
  • Extensive surface mapping and sampling program
  • Drill permitting