Dajin Resources Corp. ("Dajin") holds options to acquire 100% interest in 67 mineral claims over geological terrains that are prospective for gold deposits.
The 29 Addie 1 mineral claims located in the "Spanish Mountain" region are five kilometers east of Likely, British Columbia, covering 10,910 hectares of prospective geology along strike of the stratigraphy and regional structure that host potentially bulk tonnage mineable gold mineralization currently being drilled by Spanish Mountain Gold Ltd. The 70 hole exploration program completed in 2006 encountered intersections, with intercepts of 94.5 meters grading 1.81 grams and 53.3 meters grading 2.05 grams of gold per tonne respectively.
The 38 Addie 2 mineral claims located in the "Eureka Peak" region 25 kilometers east of Horsefly, British Columbia, cover 8,705 hectares of prospective geology. The claims cover the same stratigraphy that hosts a 360,000 ounce gold deposit, explored in the 1980's and early 1990's. Previous work identified gold mineralization within a close spaced drill pattern that was reported to be in the order of 11.8 million tonnes containing in excess of 1.5 g/t. This historical zone is commonly referred to as the FRASERGOLD zone. It was reported that within its' drill pattern there existed, to a depth of 100 meters, a drill indicated potential for 41 million tonnes of mineralization at no specified gold grade.
A soil sampling program on the Addie 2 claims covering 24 square kilometers was completed in 2007 which identified an exceptionally large anomalous gold area which was further tested in 2008 by a geochemical soil sampling program at 25 meter intervals along nine lines spaced at 500 metres. Approximately 1,800 soil samples were acquired in the program and analyzed for gold using nominal 30 gram sample aliquots and wet chemical techniques at ACME Laboratories. Arsenic and other indicator elements were analyzed using a .5 gram sample aliquots and conventional ICP techniques which also gave a second gold analytical value for each sample. Through the soil sampling program four regions with anomalous gold or gold plus arsenic contents were encountered which management believes to have good potential for a sediment hosted gold deposit. Three of the gold anomalous areas, above a 50 ppb threshold, extend across four or five of the sampling control lines for lengths in excess of 2,000 and 2,500 metres. Peak gold values are 338 ppb to more than 400 ppb in three of the anomalous regions while the fourth anomalous region has peak gold values of 1173 ppb and 2063 ppb. Anomalous arsenic values peaked at 354 ppb.