The Round Top Cu-Mo-Ag property is a large, relatively unexplored Cu-Mo-Ag hydrothermal porphyry system that includes both high grade copper surface discoveries and drill intercepts of up to 1.8% copper. Copper-molybdenum mineralization is associated with Early Tertiary (+/- 74 Ma) age intrusive rocks and a quartz vein stockwork zone. Silver-gold-lead-zinc breccias, structural veins and replacement mineralization occur at two prospects on the western margin, TG and TG North with surface assays of up to 1203 g/t silver, 5.7% lead, 0.8% zinc and 300 ppb gold. Mineralization and alteration are known to extend over a minimum area of 2,500 m by 1,500 m and are proven by drilling to depths of 494 meters. Exploration of the Round Top property was brief, and ceased in 1984 when the Anaconda Copper Co. was shut down. OF THE SEVEN "N" SIZE DRILL HOLES COMPLETED AT ROUND TOP IN 1981, SIX OF THE SEVEN INTERCEPTED MINERALIZATION AND THREE HAD +1% COPPER INTERCEPTS WITH ASSAYS UP TO 3.19% COPPER (RT-2).


-Multiple new targets defined by re-modeled 2D inversion geophysics

-High grade Ag-Au-Pb-Zn vein/brecia target at TG and TG North

-Cu-Ag-Pb-Zn skarn/carbonate replacement deposit discovery in both outcrop & drilling (RT-2,3 and 7)

-Proven chalcocite enrichment by drilling (RT-2,3,4,5,6 and 7)

-10 air miles and 15 miles road (proposed) from Illinois Creek camp, airstrip and road infrastructure

-Access to Yukon River barge by 24 mile winter road-deep water barge terminal at St. Mary’s