Junior firm Logan Resources (CVE:LGR) said uranium exploration will kick off on the Gorilla Lake property with operator ALX Uranium Corp (CVE: ALX) in mid- February.
Gorilla Lake, previously called Carswell, is in the western Athabasca Basin, Saskatchewan, around15 km north of the past-producing Cluff Lake uranium mine which operated from 1980 to 2002
Logan also has a 20% carried interest in the asset.
The work includes a four-hole diamond drilling program for around 1,000 metres during the winter season, the group said.
Work will be focused on the northern portion of the property.
Gorilla consists of two claims and covers almost 19,000 acres. It is held 80% by ALX, while Logan has a 20% carried interest.
ALX is the operator. Its prospectivity is not in doubt and has seen nearly 50 years' worth of exploration.
Recent ground gravity survey conducted on the property in the winter of 2016 identified two significant gravity anomalies to the east and west of Gorilla Lake and confirmed a third geophysical anomaly around 1,500 metres south of the property.
Logan is also actively exploring nine gold properties in Nevada and Utah.