Victory Resources Corporation’s Tahlo Lake Property in British Columbia’s prolific Babine Copper-Gold Porphyry District currently consists of 1,688 hectares 8 km NW of American Eagle Gold’s NAK Property and 16 km NW of the Morrison Deposit.
Regional Geology & Mineralization
The Tahlo Lake Property currently consists of 1,688 hectares 8 km NW of the NAK Property and 16 km NW of the Morrison Deposit. It is adjacent to the same NNW trending fault as the Morrison deposit and underlain by Jurassic Hazelton Group rocks. Babine porphyry deposits, such as NAK, Morrison, Bell and Granisle, are hosted by Jurassic strata and associated with major NNW trending faults. The property overlies a significant NNW trending magnetometer high within the Hazelton Group rocks. Porphyry Cu-Au mineralization in the Babine camp is often associated with mag highs.
Victory will continue to assess historical information along with current geology findings toward the development a plan to advance the Tahlo Lake property.