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File Created: 31-Dec-2017 by Karl A. Flower (KAF)
Last Edit:  10-Jan-2018 by Karl A. Flower (KAF)

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NMI
Name LUCKY RANGER, NORTH RIDGE Mining Division Lillooet
BCGS Map 092J087
Status Showing NTS Map 092J15W
Latitude 050º 51' 42'' UTM 10 (NAD 83)
Longitude 122º 45' 37'' Northing 5634469
Easting 516871
Commodities Gold Deposit Types
Tectonic Belt Coast Crystalline Terrane Bridge River
Capsule Geology

The Lucky Ranger (North Ridge) occurrence is located on a north-south trending ridge separating Steep and Girl creeks, approximately 2.9 kilometres southeast of Carpenter Lake.

The area is underlain by Mississippian to Jurassic Bridge River Complex (Group) siliceous cherty sediments, argillites, limestones and volcanics. This package is intruded by granodiorite plugs of the Cretaceous to Tertiary Bendor pluton and also contains masses of serpentinite. Porphyritic dykes, probably Tertiary, also cut these rocks.

Locally, quartz-carbonate-mariposite altered ultramafics host gold values. In 1984, a rock chip sample assayed 1.41 grams per tonne gold over 2.0 metres (Assessment Report 14225). In 1985, trench sampling yielded values up to 0.96 gram per tonne gold over 6.69 metres from trench TR3 (Assessment Report 14518).

In 1975, a program of rock sampling, trenching and a ground magnetometer survey were completed on the area as the Bee claims. In 1981, a program of airborne geophysical surveys was completed on the area. In 1983 and 1984, Newmont completed programs of rock, silt and soil sampling and geological mapping on the area as the Lucky Ranger claim. During 1985 through 1992, Levon Resources completed programs of trenching, rock and soil sampling and airborne geophysical surveys on the area.

Bibliography
EMPR ASS RPT 5761, 9982, 12416, *14225, *14518, 14666, 18349, 18432, 22288
EMPR EXPL 1983-315, 1985-C218, 1986-C260
EMPR FIELDWORK 1974, p. 35; 1985, pp. 303-310; 1986, pp. 23-29; 1987, pp. 93-130; 1988, pp. 105-152; 1989, pp. 45-72; 1990, pp. 75-83
EMPR GEM 1970-225; 1972-283; 1976-E125
EMPR OF 1987-11; 1988-3; 1989-4; 1990-10
EMPR PF (Report by J.A. Mitchell, 1945; Map, J.S. Stevenson; Assessment Report on the Ranger Property by B.J. Cooke, 1986)
GSC MAP 431A
GSC MEM 130; 213
GSC P 43-15; 73-17
GSC SUM RPT 1932, Part A, pp. 57-71
GCNL #193, 1985
Sebert, C.F.B. (1987): Description of 22 Mineral Properties, Bridge River Mining Camp, Unpublished B.Sc. Thesis, University of British Columbia

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