Copper/molybdenum porphyry targets; previous field work suggests supergene leaching may be fairly thorough and deep supporting potential for a zone of significant secondary enrichment. A second soil Cu anomaly ~1.5 km long occurs in an area of unaltered bedrock lower on the flanks of the Krasnaya Gorka Hill, and lacks any other associated metals, suggesting it is likely a supergene-displaced anomaly from a source located up-slope. Also, presence of local hematite boxwork after sulfides, and the lack of any preserved sulfides on the target hill, suggest supergene leaching may be fairly thorough and deep, supporting potential for zone of significant secondary enrichment. A central quartz-limonite stockwork contains classic porphyry-style quartz-limonite veining. It is associated with a somewhat displaced soil Cu anomaly (>200 ppm) and a spatially-coincident rock-chip and soil Mo anomaly.