Canadian based resource company Fission Uranium has confirmed 6.1m total composite Off-Scale in 134m total composite mineralization at Patterson Lake South (PLS) property in Saskatchewan's Athabasca basin, Canada.

All seven holes drilled as part of winter program, returned strong, wide intervals of mineralization while hole PLS14-132 (line 780E) intersected 6.1m total composite off-scale in 134m total composite mineralization.

According to the company, six of the seven holes also intersected off-scale radioactivity and altogether seven holes have doubled the lateral width (north-south) from 10m to approximately 20m on section lines of zones R390E (line 465E), R585E (line 600E) and R945E (line 960E).

Fission president, COO, and chief geologist Ross McElroy said, "Equally promising is the expanding width of delineated mineralization and the continued 100% hit rate of the drill program."

For more accurate measurements in high grade mineralized zones, all holes will be radiometrically surveyed using a Mount Sopris 2GHF-1000 Triple Gamma probe.