Assays have now been received from the soil sampling over the eastern area of the project, the firm said, which has extended the gold soil anomaly further east.
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Highlights from the group's recent work have included the identification of two strongly anomalous gold in soil zones identified at the eastern Main Ridge. These are namely the John Austin and Guava Ridge prospects.
It found 2,110 ppb (parts per billion) gold in soils at John Austin prospect.
There was also up to 1,140 ppb gold in soils discovered at the Guava Ridge prospect.
"Sampling east of the Former Pennants Mine has confirmed more than 5.5km of anomalous gold in soils at Main Ridge Project area," Stephen Hughes, the CEO at Carube, told investors.
"Our detailed mapping and rock sampling west of the former Pennants Mine shows gold mineralization associated with quartz, carbonate and adularia veining that is controlled by two structural trends.
"We will now endeavour to confirm the style and controls of the gold mineralization at eastern MR area, as the exploration development of this project continues."
Shares in Carube Copper were unchanged in Toronto at $0.05.
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