Jaxon Mining Inc.
Jaxon Mining is a Canadian-based exploration and development company pursuing the discoveries of commercial scale and grade Cu, Au, Ag, polymetallic projects. Jaxon focuses on overlooked and underexplored targets with deeper intervals that have not been identifed or adequately explored; in areas that often have not been systematically mapped, modeled or drilled. Jaxon is currently focused on the Skeena Arch, an exceptionally orogenic and metallogenic area, in one of the most richly endowed terrains in British Columbia.
Managed by highly experienced, senior mining professionals, Jaxon's team possesses a high level of expertise in technical/on the ground exploration and organizing project development and finance. Using multi-disciplinary, geologically informed, integrated data and model-driven exploration techniques, Jaxon collects, develops and models all available geological data prior to drilling. This approach reduces the number of drill holes necessary to confirm a discovery, thereby mitigating stakeholders' risk.
Jaxon's 100% controlled 701.82 km2 Hazelton property hosts flagship projects Netalzul Mt and Red Springs, two drill-ready major Cu/Ag/Au bearing systems. Both are scheduled for drill testing in 2021. Five additonal projects on the Hazelton property are in various advancing stages of exploration.
Operating as a prospect generator, Jaxon is seeking industry partners to advance its projects at Hazelton more rapidly. The Company welcomes qualified partners to participate in drill-testing the structurally controlled targets at Netalzul Mt, the porphyry targets at Red Springs and advancing the Blunt Mt and Max targets.
Jaxon is committed to socially and environmentally responsible exploration and development.
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Netalzul Mountain Project
Netalzul Mt involves an extensive, high-grade Ag-Cu-Au-Zn-Pb structurally fault-controlled, multi-sulfide quartz vein epithermal mineralized system, driven by a Huckleberry-type Cu porphyry system. The project area is cut by visible fault structures marked by outcrops and historical artisanal workings. Assays of samples from channel, float rock and in-soil sampling contain high-value, high-grade Au, Cu, Ag, Zn, Pb mineralization. Sampled locations are coincident with strong geochemical and geophysical anomalies. Jaxon has developed a conceptual integrated geological model for the Netalzul Mt project, using it to design drill tests for the previously sampled and mapped areas along the structural interfaces. Drilling is scheduled for the summer of 2021.
Red Springs Project
Red Springs involves an extensive, anomalously large and high-grade copper and cobalt rock and in-soils geochemical halo, and an anomalously extensive high-grade gold-cobalt tourmaline breccia mineralization occurence. Jaxon's 3D conceptual geological model indicates that these anomalies are distal to a system of deeper copper/gold porphyries that underlie Red Springs. The Company is using its models to design its drill tests for the breccia pipes and the Red Springs porphyry system. Drilling is planned for 2021.