Pacific intersects 0.196% molybdenum over 44.6 meters with 0.396% over 18.90 meters and 0.936% over 7.78 meters



    TSX-V: PCV

    VANCOUVER, Oct. 30 /CNW/ - Pacific Cascade Minerals Inc. (the "Company")
announces the results from drill holes numbers CM07-04 and CM07-05 completed
on the Crack Moly Project located northeast of Harrison Lake, BC. These holes
are the next in a series of nine holes completed during the Company's 2007
drill program.
    Significant results were obtained from hole CM07-05 which returned a
weighted average of 0.053% Mo over 195.05 metres and includes high-grade
intercepts of 0.196% Mo over 44.60 metres and 0.396% Mo over 18.9 metres as
well as 0.936% Mo over 7.78 meters and a 1.84 meter intersection of 3.644% Mo.
A summary of the significant results is presented in the accompanying table.

    
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    Hole No.                    From(m)    To(m)   Length(m)    Mo(%)
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    CM07-05                      84.57    279.62    195.05     0.053%
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    Including                   140.80    185.40     44.60     0.196%
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    Including                   166.50    185.40     18.90     0.396%
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    Including                   177.62    185.40      7.78     0.936%
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    Including                   177.62    179.46      1.84     3.644%
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    Notes:

    -   core size is BQTK (equivalent to B-thinwall).
    -   sample intervals are generally 1.0-2.0 metres in length.
    -   values reported are from ICP and assay data by Eco Tech Labs
        in Kamloops, BC and are core length intercepts, not true
        width. Values reported are Mo, not MoS(2) and all samples
        reporting (greater than)500ppm from ICP analysis are assayed.
    

    Hole CM07-04 was collared at an azimuth of 180 degrees and a dip of -70
degrees to test a near surface chargeability anomaly; the hole was the
easternmost hole drilled in the 2007 program. The hole failed to intersect the
target with only minor disseminated pyrite, pyrrhotite, and molybdenite
encountered, no significant assays were received.
    Hole CM07-05 was collared at an azimuth of 180 degrees and a dip of -55
degrees to test both a near surface chargeability conductor to a depth of
approximately 50 metres and a deeper conductor from 250 to 350 metres depth.
The hole intersected molybdenite mineralization throughout much of its length
assaying 0.053% Mo over 195.05 metres from 84.57-279.62 metres. Included in
this broad intercept are high grade intervals that include 0.196% Mo over
44.60 metres, 0.396% Mo over 18.90 metres and 0.936% Mo over 7.78 metres.
Additional conductive zones are indicated approximately 200-400 metres below
the bottom of hole CM07-05, the company intends on testing these targets in
the next drill program.
    Holes CM07-01 to -05 were drilled on the eastern margins of a deep-seated
conductive zone defined by the company's 2005 Induced Polarization (IP)
survey, which indicates chargeable zones extending to depths of approximately
500-600 metres below surface. The deep conductors are believed to be the
source of the mineralization. This drill program has tested breccia pipe
systems emanating from this source. All holes successfully intersected
molybdenite mineralization occurring as disseminations, fracture filling,
quartz-molybdenite veins and coarse-grained rosettes. The molybdenite
mineralization is found in all lithologies intersected to date and includes
granodiorite, quartz-feldspar porphyry, and both monolithic and heterolithic
breccias.
    The nine completed drill holes cover a strike length of approximately 700
metres. Preliminary indications are that the mineralization is increasing to
both the north and west, approaching the deep conductive zones that will be
the focus of the next phase of diamond drilling.
    Mr. Wesley Raven P.Geo., is the qualified person for this project and has
reviewed and verified the contents of this news release.

    ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS,

    "Harold Forzley"

    Harold Forzley
    President / CEO
    Pacific Cascade Minerals Inc.

    The TSX Venture Exchange has not reviewed and does not accept
    responsibility for the adequacy or the accuracy of this news
    release. We seek Safe Harbor.





For further information:

For further information: Harold Forzley, President/CEO, Craig Robson
and/or Robert Krause, directors at: Telephone: (604) 685-5851, Facsimile:
(604) 685-7349

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