Lodestar looking ahead with lots of anomalies across large areas

Lodestar Minerals (ASX:LSR) Managing Director Ed Turner says following on from successful first pass drilling programs in 2023, which intersected significant Cu, Au and Zn mineralisation, he is very happy to report extensive geochemical soil sampling programs outside of these drilled areas have also revealed multiple defined base metal anomalies which need to be followed up.

The multi-element assays from 6,605 geochemical soil samples have highlighted numerous exciting base metal anomalies over large areas. Despite the size of these programs, Lodestar has still only sampled approximately half of the Earaheedy Project area.

“We have full suite and 60 elements actually on the suite enables us to also identify the underlying geological units, which are critical when we’re trying to look for different styles, mineralisation. So, for example, scandium and vanadium ratios and determine if there is volcanic rocks under the sole of the surface cover, which is important or critical, really.”

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