Anglo Swiss Resources Inc.
is pleased to announce that it has completed an Aeroquest Aerotem III survey on its’ Nelson Mining Camp project. A total of 1749 line km was flown and preliminary interpretation has three areas of high conductivity now referred to as the Silver Lynx, Gold Hill and Mammoth zones.
The Silver Lynx zone is a northwest trending system of isolated conductive bodies that extends for approximately 6km, and contains three groupings of conductors. At its’ southeast end 5 isolated conductors have been defined approximately 600m from the Silver Lynx showing. This “VMS-style” showing consists of pyrrhotite, sphalerite, galena and chalcopyrite mineralization associated with a felsic volcanic unit. The other two groups of conductors on the Silver Lynx zone are new targets with five conductive bodies near the center and four conductive bodies near the northwest end.
The Gold Hill zone consists of a northwest trending conductor with a strike length of approximately 4.2 km. The Gold Hill zone is in close proximity with several gold-silver prospects occurring along the length of the anomaly including the past producing Gold Hill mine near the center and the May & Jennie prospect at the northern end.
The Mammoth zone consists of a 1.4 km long by 1 km wide area that contains four separate north-northeast trending conductive bodies that are unbounded to the north. The Mammoth prospect located approximately 850 meters to the north, has previously been the focus of limited gold-copper porphyry exploration.
Anglo Swiss is planning an aggressive summer exploration program to investigate these anomalies consisting of a major drilling program of approximately 7500 meters. Drilling is expected to start immediately upon the Company receiving its initial drill permits. Further prospecting, mapping, soil sampling and ground geophysics in areas of interest outside of the known conductive zones will commence on June 1, 2010.