The Lynx target is road accessible and located centrally in the Dublin Gulch claim block approximately 5 km southwest of Nugget/Raven; and is centered on a 400 by 700 m elliptical exposure of granodiorite stock that intrudes overlying metasedimentary Proterozoic Hyland Group and Devono-Missippian Keno Hill Quartzite formations. The Lynx project exhibits similar characteristics to Victoria Gold’s Nugget and Raven exploration projects.
The Lynx first demonstrated mineralization potential in the mid 1990’s with an encouraging preliminary drilling/trenching campaign, during the initial assessment of the Dublin Gulch Gold Camp; it received follow-up drilling in 2004, and has remained unexplored until a new access trail from Nugget was put in in 2019.
Mineralization identified to date is concentrated along the contact between an igneous intrusion and surrounding country rock, similar to much of the mineralization elsewhere on the Dublin Gulch claim block; and within the PHT. An interpretation of the diamond drilling and trenching completed to date suggests an east-west strike to mineralization. Limited soil sampling conducted to the east and west of the prospect suggests continuity of mineralization in both directions. Mineralization intersected in diamond drilling is open at depth and along strike to the east and west, and soil data indicate Au in soil > 30 ppb to the east and west of the prospect.
2020 Exploration campaign consisted of: 1609 soils, Mapping, 720m of trenching, 594.36 m DDH and the establishment of an exploration Camp.
2021 exploration on the Lynx property consisted of: mapping, 2362m trenching, and 2700m diamond drilling.
2022 exploration on the Lynx property consisted of: mapping, 936m trenching and 1971m diamond drilling and 1500 soil samples.
2023 exploration on the Lynx property consisted of: 628m trenching and 393 soil samples.