Indin Lake Gold Property
The Indin Lake Greenstone Belt is one of Canada’s most underexplored Archean gold camps and host to the Colomac Gold deposit, Nighthawk’s premier asset. Highlighted by newly discovered near surface high-grade gold zones. Lying within the West Bay – Indin Lake Fault Zone, a major regional structure extending over 200 km from the Giant and Con Gold Mines (13 million ounces) north to the Colomac Gold Mine (500,000 ounces past production), Nighthawk believes this structure played a major role in localization of Indin Lake Gold Camp mineralization, much the same as the Destor-Porcupine Fault’s influence on gold deposition within the Timmins Gold Camp.
Numerous gold deposits and showings are distributed throughout the camp with mineralization typically confined to narrow folded, and steeply dipping stratigraphy. Four distinct deposit settings have been identified: differentiated mafic intrusions (Colomac Mine), structure related “Lode Gold” (Inca and Diversified Mines), iron formation hosted (Damoti deposit), and brecciated intrusion hosted.
2012 Nighthawk Airborne Survey - Total Magnetic Intensity
- Magnetic & Very Low Frequency Electromagnetics (VLF) surveys
- Entire land position covered - 16,000 line kilometres flown
- Coverage at 75 metre line spacing
- 80 m sensor height above surface