CAVU Mining drills new porphyry in Yukon

Hole HOP21-06 was the first hole CAVU drilled in the area that intersected primary porphyry mineralization. CEO Jaap Verbaas called it “transformational”, saying, “We are proud to have substantially increased the potential of the Hopper Project and today’s results give our technical team a clear path for follow up diamond drilling in 2022.”

CAVU has already drilled high-grade copper-gold mineralization in several skarn horizons elsewhere on Hopper. The skarn mineralization occurs in the South zone over an area of 1,200 x 800 metres and to a depth of  400 metres. It is open to the east, west and south. To the north it is cut by the Hopper pluton. Skarn horizons continue north of the pluton, but these targets have not yet been drilled.

Drilling in the South zone has returned 15 metres of 0.5% copper, 2.7 metres of 0.95% copper, 8.5 metres of 1.62% copper, 7.8 metres of 2% copper, 12.7 metres of 1.1% copper, and 18.6 metres of 1.94% copper.

CAVU can earn a 70% interest in Hopper by making payments of $700,000 and 250,000 shares over four years to owner Strategic Metals (TSXV: SMD; OTC: SMDZF). The project is located in the traditional territory of the Champagne and Aishihik First Nations.

Technical information about the Hopper project is posted on

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