Decade Resources Ltd. acquired 3 claims, located over the former Goat Mine (a small producer in the 1970's), in the Surprise Creek Valley approximately 34 kilometers northeast of Stewart, B.C. and 5 kilometers north of the Stewart Highway (37A). The property us underlain by narrow polymetallic gold and silver veins as well as the same stratigraphic horizon that hosts the BA Kuroko type silver-lead-zinc mineralization approximately 8 kilometers to the south. This is within the same stratigraphic horizon that hosted the Eskay Creek deposit, which produced more than 100 tonnes of gold and 5,000 tonnes of silver from start-up in 1995, until closure in 2008.
Previous airborne EM surveys indicate 3 anomalous areas that have never been tested or evaluated.