June 16, 2009

Troymet Targets Bulk-Tonnage Gold at Golden Eagle

June 16, 2009 - Troymet Exploration Corp. (TSXV:TYE) (“Troymet” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that planning is underway for a summer field program on the Company’s 100% owned Golden Eagle project located in northern British Columbia. The project covers an area of approximately 8,178 hectares over 25 kilometres north to south, and includes numerous gold zones and base metal targets. The project lies within a geochemical province shown by the British Columbia Geological Survey’s (BCGS) stream sediment sampling programs to contain exceptionally anomalous values in gold (to 1080 ppb), gold indicator metals (arsenic, antimony and mercury) and base metals (BCGS Bulletin 105). Further, the BCGS noted, in file GF2003-9, that the volcano-sedimentary setting is analogous to that at Eskay Creek.

The style and areal extent of mineralization at Golden Eagle strongly suggest a reduced intrusion-related gold system (RIRGS). RIRGS are characterized by widespread arrays of sheeted auriferous quartz veins, forming bulk-tonnage, low-grade gold deposits at the top of small plutons. Well known examples include the Fort Knox (Alaska) and Dublin Gulch (Yukon) deposits of the Tintina Gold Belt. RIRGS also include a wide range of intrusion-related mineral deposit styles including skarns, replacements and distal veins that form within the region of hydrothermal influence surrounding the causative pluton. All of these characteristics are well represented over the 25-kilometre span of the Golden Eagle property.

The 2008 exploration program indicated the presence of a large intrusion-related gold system (exposed at the Tannis zone) spanning the ~12-kilometre strike length of the northern half of the Golden Eagle property. In the Tannis zone the gold mineralization is hosted in rhyolitic intrusive, in granitic intrusive at depth beneath the rhyolite, and to a lesser extent in the flanking mafic volcanics. The intrusives are considered to be of Late Cretaceous age. To the north, the rhyolitic and granitic intrusives are capped by sediments and mafic volcanics of variable thickness that host multiple zones of gold-silver-arsenic-antimony mineralization (e.g. Plateau, Skarn, West Gully, Cowboy, and West Draw zones) in an ~5 x 5 kilometre area. This part of the property contains anomalous multi-element stream geochemistry and notable gold intersections from trenches and drill core. The various gold zones in this area were previously investigated in isolation but are now considered as underlying vectors toward a related bulk-tonnage gold deposit(s).

The 2009 program will focus on the identification of high impact intrusive-related gold drill targets in the north half of the project.

Troymet is a junior exploration company with precious and base metal projects located in British Columbia and Manitoba, Canada. The Company is actively seeking partners to advance its highly prospective properties and continues to seek new projects with high-value and large-tonnage potential to add to its portfolio.

Tracy Hurley, P.Geo., Vice President, Exploration and qualified person as defined by National Instrument 43-101 is responsible for the technical information provided in this release.


Kieran Downes, Ph.D., P.Geo.
President, CEO & Director

For further information, contact:
Shiro Rae
Investor Relations
Troymet Exploration Corp.
Tel: 1-888-456-4952 or srae@troymet.com

Website: www.troymet.com

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