These two claims blocks, 100% owned by Probe, consist of 669 claims (360 square kilometres) and cover the Sunday Lake, Massicotte and Lower Detour Lake gold deformation zones. Exploration highlights include historical drill intercepts grading up to 17.5 g/t Au over 1 metre, 10.8 g/t Au over 0.8 and 18.3 g/t Au over 1.1 metres. In addition, numerous IP anomalies and gold geochemical anomalies have been identified from previous exploration programs.
The La Peltrie property, under option from Midland, consists of 539 claims (292 square kilometres) and covers more than 25 kilometres along a series of NW-SE-trending subsidiary faults to the south of the regional LDGT. The property is adjacent and east of the Detour Lake mine property and south of Probe’s 100% Detour Quebec Main block property.
The Joint Venture Gaudet-Fenelon property (50% Probe Metals/50% Midland Exploration), consists of 226 claims (125 square kilometres) covering 35 kilometres of the Lower Detour Gold Trend (“LDGT”) and is adjacent to Walbridge Mining’s property hosting the Fenelon, Tabasco and Reaper gold zones.