The Bushy Creek showing is located north of the Keecha Creek showing (103H 010) near the northwestern tip of Keecha Lake on Banks Island.
Mineralized quartz veins and sericite-chlorite alteration zones occur over a 75 metre distance within the "Kim" biotite quartz monzo- nite of the Coast Plutonic Complex. The "Kim" quartz monzonite hosts the Yellow Giant deposit to the north (103G 021-024).
The parallel veins, ranging from 0.2 to 1.2 metres in width, strike 343 degrees and dip 75 degrees northeast. The veins contain varying amounts of pyrite, sphalerite, and chalcopyrite with assoc- iated gold values. Minor disseminated pyrrhotite, galena and molyb- denite occur in the alteration zones.
In 1987 a channel sample over 1.5 metres from a newly discovered vein assayed 21.97 grams per tonne gold (Assessment Report 16707, Sample #74901). Drilling on a different vein in 1986 resulted in a best assay of 81.6 grams per tonne gold over a 76 centimetre inter- section (Assessment Report 15301).