The Wolf Deposit is part of a very large silica-sericite-haematite alteration system, up to 200m in thickness and associated with both fine grained disseminated and coarse crystalline sphalerite and galena. The better defined mineralisation can be traced over 1000m along strike, 60-80m true width and plunges to the south-east. Significant intersections include:
- Drill hole PDP 379 intersected high grade mineralisation of 8m at 11.1 % Zn, 8 % Pb, 73g/t Ag from 97m
- Drill hole PDP 404 with 106m @ 1.3 % Zn, 1.1 % Pb and 33 g/t Ag from 65m
- Diamond hole PDD 410, 150m along strike from PDP 379, confirmed the presence of these high grade zones with an intercept of 11.1m @ 8.5% Zn, 8.5% Pb & 61 g/t Ag from 184.30m, within a low grade envelope of 201m @ 1.4% Zn, 0.6% Pb and 8 g/t Ag (EOH).
Marindi Metals estimates that current drilling has confirmed a mineralised system of at least 1 kilometre in length that has a true width of 80 metres and has been intersected to a depth of 250m. A target size of 25-35Mt @1-4% Pb + Zn (+Ag) including a higher grade target zone of 2-4Mt @ 10-20% Pb + Zn (+Ag). The Wolf deposit is at a very early stage of exploration and there has been no systematic drilling of the prospect.