Eagle Plains reports assay results from the project at Karin Lake uranium property, Saskatchewan.
The drill program was designed to test a coincident airborne-EM anomaly and topographic lineament with known historical uranium showings in bedrock and associated radon-in-soil anomalies.
Field crews have been mobilized to explore Karin Lake, Eagle Lake & Kulyk Lake properties.
Eagle Plains management continues to be encouraged by the potential for an economic uranium discovery in the Karin Lake / Eagle Lake / Kulyk Lake area. The 2008 program only tested approximately 800m of the 27km length EM-conductor. Analysis of 2007 fieldwork results and advanced processing of the airborne geophysical data have identified a number of high priority exploration targets throughout 100% EPL controlled 69,000 hectare project area.
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