Gaudet-Fenelon/JV Probe Metals

Gaudet-Fenelon Website Aout 2020_EN_MAP


  • The Gaudet project is located about 40 kilometres northwest of the town of Matagami, Abitibi, Quebec.


  • The property consists of 226 claims covering a surface of 125 square kilometres.


  • Consists of a 35 km long strategic land position along the Lower Detour Gold Trend.
  • Located approximately 4 kilometres south of the new Wallbridge discovery, Fenelon property (Tabasco Zone), with grades reaching 27.0 g/t Au over 38.39 metres, 20.89 g/t Au over 8.54 metres and 17.58 g/t Au over 11.04 metres.
  • Located south of the Sunday Lake Fault, mainly covers a volcano-sedimentary sequence of the Rivière Turgeon Formation.
  • Fenelon-Nantel section: historical drilling grading up to 11.4 g/t Au over 0.6 metre and identification of several Induced Polarisation (IP) anomalies targets along magnetic structures within the Lower Detour Gold Trend.
  • Gaudet section: major structural domain, marked by a NW-SE-trending magnetic grain over a width estimated at more than 500 metres, which is the same orientation as Wallbridge’s Tabasco zone.


  • The Gaudet project is currently in Joint-Venture between Midland (50%) and Probe Metals (50%).
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