Comstock Property

 

Lodge Resources Inc.’s subsidiary, Lodge Minerals Inc., is the optionee of the contiguous 12 claim 664 hectare Comstock property located within the Nicola Mining District of south-central British Columbia. 


The Property is located within the regional Quesnel Trough, a 30 to 60, km wide belt of Lower Mesozoic volcanic and related strata stretching from the US border in the south to the northern British Columbia border, and is a belt of producing and past productive porphyry copper mineral deposits. The Comstock property is located within this Belt between two producing mines; the Copper Mountain porphyry copper-gold mine 80 kilometres to the south with a production of 40,000 tonnes per day; and Canada's largest mine, the Highland Valley Copper mine 53 kilometres northwest with a production of 147,000 tonnes per day.


 Since 1896 when shafts were sunk on three copper-iron showings, exploration has progressively continued by companies and/or individuals that have submitted a minimum of 21 assessment reports on exploration work that has been completed to 2018. The exploration was successful in the determination of two main zones over significant lengths with a discontinuous and/or continuous exposure over limited lengths.


Lodge Resources Inc.’s subsidiary, Lodge Minerals Inc., is the optionee of the contiguous 12 claim 664 hectare Comstock property located within the Nicola Mining District of south-central British Columbia. 

The Property is located within the regional Quesnel Trough, a 30 to 60, km wide belt of Lower Mesozoic volcanic and related strata stretching from the US border in the south to the northern British Columbia border, and is a belt of producing and past productive porphyry copper mineral deposits. 


The Comstock property is located within this Belt between two producing mines; the Copper Mountain porphyry copper-gold mine 80 kilometres to the south with a production of 40,000 tonnes per day; and Canada

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