IsoEnergy Ltd. (TSXV: ISO) announced this morning that it has started drilling at its flagship Larocque East property. This follows the completion of the diamond drilling project at its Geiger property last month.
As the mining firm previously shared, the 12,000-metre diamond drilling project at Larocque East will comprise of 30 drill holes. The program has 12 drill holes to expand the footprint of the uranium-rich Hurricane zone, 4 infill drill holes to determine the continuity of the higher-grade portions of the zone, and 14 exploration drill holes focusing on two target areas within the property.
The company recently concluded its 12-drill hole program on its Geiger property, immediately adjacent to the Larocque East. Geological interpretation is underway and assay results are expected in a few weeks, aimed to evaluate an area where historical drill holes intersected anomalous results.
The Larocque East property consists of 33 mineral claims covering 16,780 hectares. The uranium exploration company records 38.8% U3O8 over 7.5 metres as its best assay result from the property to date.
IsoEnergy last traded at $3.54 on the TSX Venture.
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