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Five Metals.
One District.

Reshaping the Mineral Landscape in Western Alaska

Beginning with the high-grade silver-lead-zinc “Waterpump Creek” deposit, WAM is an advanced exploration company focused on unveiling a top tier, scalable carbonate replacement deposit (CRD). 

Our intact mineral system encompasses the past producing Illinois Creek gold-silver mine, the Waterpump Creek deposit, and the Honker gold prospect, which make up the CRD system in focus. 25 kilometers northeast of the Illinois Creek CRD are the Round Top copper and the TG North CRD prospects. All prospects were originally discovered by Anaconda Minerals Co. in the 1980's. Since 2010, WAM reassembled the Anaconda land package and has been actively exploring the district. WAM’s 100% owned claims cover 73,120 acres (114.25 square miles).

WAM brings together a team of seasoned professionals. Our strategic approach is underpinned by innovative exploration techniques and a deep understanding of the geological intricacies of the region.

Photos: Drill hole WPC21-09 (left) cut 10.5m (9.1m TT) of 522 g/t Ag, 22.5% Zn and 14.4% Pb of massive sphalerite and argentiferous galena. This high-grade CRD mineralization extends 495m south, remains open to the north, with widths ranging from 5 to 101 meters. Right image: Drill hole WPC23-30 which cut 40.2m of 262 g/t Ag, 4.5% Zn and 10.9% Pb.

Illinois Creek Project

Waterpump Creek

Lead, Zinc & Silver element information

IC Oxide Gold

Gold & Silver element information

Round Top

Copper, Molybdenumn & Silver element information

TG North

Lead, Zinc & Silver element information

Honker Gold

Gold element information

Catalysts

  
  • 2024 drilling at LH target (Waterpump Creek CRD extension)
 
  • Initial resource estimate at Waterpump Creek CRD
 
  • Continue unlocking district-scale opportunities: Drill targeting for 2024 will leverage 2023 exploration drilling with state-of-the-art 3D geophysics
 
  • Continued de-risking studies: metallurgy, 28-mile all-weather road access on state land