The Four J’s property is located to the south of the Fairweather property and to the north and northeast of Teuton’s Tennyson property. It has been under option 5 times in the past, most recently to Rotation Minerals. Rotation relinquished its option in 2018.
The property hosts a number of prospects which include the Main Zone, an area containing very fine-grained lead-zinc-silver mineralization, possibly of VMS nature. The property is cited in a government publication entitled Potential for Subaqueous Hot-Spring (Eskay Creek) Deposits in British Columbia by Massey, Alldrick and Lefebure (Open File 1999-14).
Another target is a prominent EM anomaly located about a hundred meters from the edge of a retreating icefield. It is at least 700m long as indicated by two separate airborne EM surveys completed by previous operators on the property. High-grade, silver rich boulders have been found at the edge of the icefield below the anomaly.
A ZTEM survey flown in 2018 over part of the western section of the property has shown two separate gold targets. The easternmost of these targets coincides with an area identified by prospecting done in the 1990’s in which several samples with good gold values were obtained. This particular area has not yet been followed up, but will see further prospecting in 2019.
The property is connected by a tote road to the old Granduc mining road running from the Town of Stewart to the site of the old Granduc concentrator and beyond to the Tide Lake air strip.