Pluto Bay

Pluto Bay

The Pluto Bay Property consists of 28,840 ha, northeast of the communities of Stony Rapids and Black Lake. The property lies just outside of the Athabasca Basin within rocks of the Trans-Hudson Mudjatik Domain. This property hosts numerous uranium showings within prominent magnetic lows that appear to be subsidiary structures to the regional Black Lake fault. The underlying rocks on the property have been mapped as felsic intrusive rocks along with metasedimentary and amphibolite gneiss units. The northern portions of the project are located northwest along strike of the historic Charlebois Lake uranium deposits, where uranium values up to 1.57% U3O8 were identified historically. Irregular, discontinuous EM conductors flank the showings that were identified in this area. The property has lain largely unexplored since the mid 1970’s and as such has not seen any exposure to modern exploration methods, especially geophysics and geochemistry.

Pluto Bay

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