The Mike Lake property is geologically complex and includes at least four Mid-Cretaceous (?) intrusions and associated dike/sill swarms hosted within sequences of calcareous-clastic sediments and limestone. The property has undergone intense structural deformation including numerous generations of faulting, fracturing, shearing, and localized folding. These structures appear to have played a key role in the localization of intrusive activity and, subsequently, gold-silver-copper mineralization. Several styles of mineralization are observed on the property and over 20 prospects and occurrences are known. Despite having periodic exploration since the 1960’s, large portion of the property are unexplored and many of the known prospects have only received a cursory inspection.