VANCOUVER, Sept. 8 /CNW/ - Pacific Cascade Minerals Inc. has received the
preliminary results of the recently completed 3D-IP geophysics program on 100%
owned Crack Moly Project located 45 km west of Boston Bar and 35 km north-east
of Harrison Lake in the New Westminster Mining District. The program consisted
of 6.8 line km extending to the west of the previous IP survey which had shown
a large chargeability high anomaly located at depth at the western boundary of
the IP grid and which appeared to continue beyond the survey limits. The
preliminary results of the 2008 survey show a significant high chargeability
target which is consistent with the previous geophysics program that provided
successful targets for the 2007 diamond drill program (see PCV News Release
January 25, 2008).
A diamond drill rig has been mobilized and is currently drilling on the
first target of the 2008 diamond drill program. Hole CM08-01 is located
approximately 500 metres to the west of the 2007 drill program and will be
drilled to a proposed depth of 600 metres to test the 2008 high chargeability
target as well as extensions of the mineralized zones encountered in 2007.
About the Crack Moly Project
The 100% owned Crack Moly Property contains a group of eight (8)
contiguous claims comprising of 3,338.3 hectares located in the New
Westminster Mining Division of British Columbia. In 2005 surface geochemical
sampling and a 3D Induced Polarization Geophysical Survey were completed on
the property. The Crack Moly property displays high grade molybdenum showings
on surface within hydrothermal breccias traced over 800 meters. In 2007 the
Company conducted a nine (9) hole diamond drill program which resulted in
significant intercepts. In addition the 2007 interpretation of the 3D IP
survey indicated that a large resistivity/chargeability anomaly remained open
to the west which has been further indicated by the 2008 3D IP survey.
About Pacific Cascades Minerals Inc.
Pacific Cascade Minerals (TSX-V: PCV) is a junior resource exploration
company focusing on three British Columbia based Molybdenum properties: the
Crack, Brewster Lake and Mo prospects.
The technical information provided in this press release was reviewed by
Warren Robb P.Geo., a qualified person for the purposes of National Instrument
ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS,
President / CEO
Pacific Cascade Minerals Inc.
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