TG and TG North are located 4 km northwest of the Round Top East Lobe drilling area. Discovered by Anaconda Minerals Company in 1983, TG North represents a lead-zinc-silver (Pb-Zn-Ag) carbonate replacement deposit related to the Round Top porphyry copper system and similar to the Waterpump Creek deposit at Illinois Creek. Anaconda completed an extensive soil geochemistry program that outlined well defined lead-zinc-silver-gold anomalies. Western Alaska Minerals, (formerly Western Alaska Copper & Gold) drilled two diamond drill holes in 2018 to verify the mineralization. TG North represents an excellent base and precious metal exploration target.
Silver-gold-lead-zinc breccia, structural veins, and carbonate replacement mineralization occur at two prospects on the western margin of the Round Top porphyry system. TG and TG North have surface assays of up to 1,203 g/t silver, 5.7% lead, 0.8% since, and 300 ppb gold. TG North demonstrates a 4+ km coincident lead-zinc-silver (Pb-Zn-Ag) soil anomaly hosted by dolomitic sandstones and has the potential for a large tonnage carbonate replacement deposit similar to Illinois Creek Mine and Waterpump Creek.