VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Dec. 6, 2007) - CZM Capital Corp., (TSX VENTURE:CZM), is pleased to release results from a soil geochemical survey completed on its TAG gold-silver property located on Taku Arm of Tagish Lake some 35km due west of Atlin, BC. A total of 1103 "B" horizon soil samples were collected at 50m intervals on lines spaced 100m apart. The sampling was extended at right angles up to 500m on each side of a baseline cut at 025 degrees parallel to the gold-bearing 025 Fault Zone ("025FZ"). The geochemical survey covers an approximate area of 5.6km2 and a 5.7km length of the 025FZ.
The survey returned some very strong gold results with values up to 1.14g/t Au. Strong silver values were also obtained up to a maximum of 3.5 g/t. Gold values show a strong positive correlation with both arsenic and antimony. Arsenic in particular forms a strong linear anomaly that corresponds very well with the 025FZ. Gold, silver and antimony also correspond well to the 025FZ but less so than arsenic.
The geochemical survey clearly defines two domains on the Tag property that are separated by a large northwest-trending fault that cuts the 025FZ at a point about 2.4km north of the far south end of the Main zone. The southern domain is characterized by relatively high antimony and low arsenic-silver background values. The 025FZ is well defined in this domain by a strong linear gold-arsenic-antimony anomaly. Roughly 900m of this anomaly north of the Bearox zone has not been drilled. The northern domain is characterized by relatively low antimony and high arsenic-silver background values. The 025FZ is less well defined in this domain by a discontinuous series of strong coincident gold-arsenic-antimony-silver spot anomalies. One of these spot anomalies lying on the 025FZ is the Barney zone. CZM recently completed 6 drill holes on the Barney zone over a length of 400m. Assay results from these holes are still pending. The soil anomaly that marks the Barney zone remains untested 250m north and 525m south of the drilled section. The southern part of the Barney zone corresponds to a magnetic high that appears to be caused by a quartz diorite intrusion.
"The soil geochem survey was very effective at defining future drill targets on the 025 Fault Zone. We are also quite happy that the survey generated some new prospecting targets off the 025" comments Mark Fekete, a CZM director.
All analytical work was conducted by Eco-Tech Laboratory Ltd. ("Eco-Tech") in Kamloops, B.C. Eco-Tech is not accredited but it is independent of CZM, it maintains an internal quality control program and it participates annually in CANMET round-robin proficiency testing. Gold was determined by conventional 30g fire assay-atomic absorption finish method. Silver, arsenic and antimony plus 32 other elements were determined by aqua regia digestion, ICP-MS finish method. Mark Fekete, P.Geo is the designated "qualified person" as defined in Section 1.2 in and for the purposes of National Instrument 43-101 responsible for the preparation of this release.
CZM Capital Corp. is a mineral resource company focused on the exploration and development of precious metal properties in Canada with a particular emphasis on the Tagish Lake region of Northern British Columbia.
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