Clubine is former gold and silver producer. The mineralization consists of gold- silver-zinc base metal veins. The mine was operated intermittently between 1926 and 1942; production came from six underground levels. Clubine produced 3900 oz. Au, 7700 oz Ag, and 818 kg of Zn from 3666 tonnes of ore. Gold occurs in quartz veins and also within silicified and pyritic zones. Reported UG sampling in 1934 are:
-34.6 g/tonne Au over 21.6 meters (strike length) in Level No. 2
-21.6 g/tonne Au over 8.6 meters (strike length) in Level No. 5
The two gold-silver (+zinc) bearing quartz veins that are known to occur would be the subject of future exploration in Clubine. Clubine offers the most advance drilling targets and drilling can be initiated as soon as permits are in place.