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    • TSXV: HMXGold and Silver Exploration in Santa Cruz, Argentina October 2011 1
    • Forward Looking StatementThis exploration PowerPoint presentation contains certain forward-looking information and forward looking statements, as defined in applicable securities laws(collectively referred to herein as “forward-looking statements”). Specifically, this presentation contains forward-looking statements relating to, among other things, theexploration programs at Hunt Mining Corp.’s La Josephina, the timing thereof, anticipated work on the company’s Bajo Pobre project and El Gateado Projects and thetiming thereof, the interpretation of the exploration results received to date, the expected development of the La Josefina Project and the anticipated schedule for suchdevelopment and the key objectives for 2011 including the timing for an update 43-101 technical report. Often, but not always, forward-looking statements can beidentified by the use of words such as “plans”, “expects”, “is expected”, “budget”, “scheduled”, “estimates”, “continues”, “forecasts”, “projects”, “predicts”, “intends”,“anticipates” or “believes”, or variations of, or the negatives of, such words and phrases or state that certain actions, events or results “may”, “could”, “would”, “should”,“might” or “will” be taken, occur or be achieved. All statements included herein, other than statements of historical fact, including, without limitation, statementsregarding future plans and objectives of Hunt Mining Corp. (“Hunt Mining” or “the Company”), are forward-looking statements that involve various risks, assumptions,estimates and uncertainties which may cause actual results to differ materially from those expressed or implied by the forward-looking statements. Factors that couldcause actual results to differ materially from any forward-looking statements include, but are not limited to, the failure to establish estimated resources and reserves, thegrade and recovery of ore which is mined varying from estimates, capital and operating costs varying significantly from estimates, delays in obtaining or failures to obtainrequired governmental, environmental or other project approvals, inflation, changes in exchange rates, fluctuations in commodity prices, delays in the development ofprojects, and uncertainties relating to the interpretation of the geology, continuity, grade and size estimates of mineral resources and reserves, as well as those risk factorslisted in the “Risk Factors” section of Hunt Mining’s managements discussion and analysis for the three and six month period ended June 30, 2011 and 2010 (“MD&A”)dateAugust 25, 2011, which may be viewed at www.sedar.com. Forward-looking statements reflect the current internal projections, expectations or beliefs of Hunt Mining andare based on information currently available to the Company. Forward-looking statements are also based on a number of assumptions which may prove to be incorrect,including, but not limited to, assumptions about the following: the availability of financing for exploration and development activities; the ability to attract and retainskilled staff; the supply and demand for, and the level and volatility of the price of, metals and minerals; timing of the receipt of necessary approvals for explorationprojects and other operations; the supply and availability of consumables and services; energy costs; the accuracy of resource estimates and the assumptions on whichthe resource estimates are based; market competition; ongoing relations with employees and local communities; and general business and economic conditions. Therecan be no assurance that any forward-looking statement will prove to be accurate, and should any one or more risks and uncertainties materialize or should anyassumptions prove incorrect, actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. All of the forward-looking statementscontained in this PowerPoint presentation are qualified by these cautionary statements and the risk factors described above. Accordingly, readers should not placeundue reliance on forward-looking statements. Hunt Mining undertakes no obligation to update publicly or otherwise revise any forward-looking statements, whether as aresult of new information or future events or otherwise, except as may be required by law. Furthermore, all such statements are made as of the date of this PowerPointpresentation.The ability of the Company to carry out its growth initiatives as described in this PowerPoint presentation is dependent on the Company obtaining additional capital.There is no assurance that the Company will be able to successfully raise the capital required or to complete each of the initiatives described.United States Securities Law ConsiderationsThe securities of the Company are not listed in the United States and this PowerPoint presentation shall not be construed as an advertisement or public offering of thesecurities to U.S. investors. DisclaimerThis PowerPoint presentation shall not be construed as an advertisement or public offering of the securities referred to herein. This presentation does not constitute an offerto sell these securities and it is not soliciting an offer to buy these securities where the offer or sale is not permitted. It is not to be distributed to third parties without theconsent of the Company. No securities regulatory authority has expressed an opinion about these securities and it is an offence to claim otherwise. While information inthis document derived from third parties is obtained from sources which the Company believes to be reliable, such information is not guaranteed as to its accuracy orcompleteness. All dollar amounts referenced herein, unless otherwise indicated, are expressed in Canadian dollars. This PowerPoint presentation should be read inconjunction with the preliminary MD&A dated August 25, 2011, a copy of which is available on www.sedar.com Inquiries regarding this PowerPoint presentation can bemade to the senior management of the Company.The scientific and technical information in this presentation has been approved by Mel Klohn, Senior Technical Advisor for the Corporation is the Qualified Person underNational Instrument 43-101. 2
    • An OverviewHunt Mining is a precious metals exploration company with a portfolio of exploration and near -term development projects in the Santa Cruz Province of ArgentinaThe Company is a major land holder in Santa Cruz Province controlling 2,867 sq. km (286,792hectares) encompassing 31 mineral concessionsSanta Cruz is a precious metals province encompassing a rapidly growing number ofadvanced and producing projects, operated by companies such as Anglo Gold Ashanti,Hochschild Mining, Pan American Silver, Andean Resources (now) Gold Corp, Extorre GoldMines and Mirasol ResourcesManagement team has extensive experience and a proven track record of discoveries,development and production success in the regionCompleted 53,000 meters of drilling, 416 line kms of IP survey and over 15,000 surface channel,trench and chip samples on projects in Santa Cruz ProvinceCurrently drilling to build on historical resource as indicated in the NI 43-101 Technical Reportreported on www.sedar.com in October 2010Contracted G Mining to provide a series of services, studies, and assessmentsdesigned to guide the corporation to a Production decision for the La Josefina project 3
    • Capital Structure – June 30, 2011Common Shares Outstanding 99,945,747Convertible Preferred Shares 20,881,493Total 120,827,240Warrants 26,114,610Broker Warrants 4,960,044Options 6,614,133Fully Diluted Shares Outstanding 158,516,027Cash (CAD $) 13,400,000 TSXV: HMX 4
    • An Experienced Management and Technical TeamTim Hunt, Executive Chairman, Director-  Over 30 years of international finance experience-  Founder and President of Huntwood Industries; one of the largest building products manufacturers in North America-  Former President of Metaline Mining & Leasing and Hunt Mountain Resources-  Served as a board director for regional banks and Dream Center InternationalMatthew J. Hughes, B.Sc. P. Geo, President, CEO, Director-  Over 25 years of global exploration experience (North, Central, and South America; Asia)-  Former Project Manager and Chief Geologist for Kinross Gold and Mundoro Mining, as well a Senior Geologist positions at Yamana, Buenaventura and Silver Standard /Triton MineralsDanilo Silva, B.Sc. P. Geo, President CCSA, Manager South American Operations-  Over 25 years of mining experience and exploration success in Argentina-  Senior Geologist and Project Manager for majors including Yamana and BuenaventuraVicente Sanchez, P. Geo, Exploration Manager of South America Operation-  Over 15 years of exploration in Argentina and Chile-  Exploration and Development positions for Yamana Resources, Coeur d’ Alene Mines, Barrick Gold and Minera IRL, among others.Vicki Streng, Chief Financial Officer-  15 years accounting experience in the mining industries-  Former controller for Minera Andes, Nevoro and Yamana Gold (formerly Yamana Resources)Mel Klohn, B.Sc. M.Sc. L.P. Geo, Senior Technical Advisor-  Licensed Professional Geologist with over 44 years of experience in the mining industry-  Served 25 years as a Professional Geologist and Research Scientist for the Exxon Corporation-  Former VP of Exploration for Yamana Gold, Aura Gold and Nevoro Inc.-  Served as Director, Technical Advisor and Consultant for numerous Junior and Senior Mining CompaniesViresh Varma, BA (Eco), PGDBA, Director of Corp. Development-  Over 20 years of experience in Global Marketing. Served as Director, COO & CEO of various Regional Growth Companies and Multinationals "" 5
    • A Proven Consulting TeamG Mining Services Inc. (“G Mining”) -  A provider of a wide range of services covering geology and resources, mine engineering, mine audits, economic studies and project management. -  G Mining is led by its founder and President, Dr. Louis Gignac, P.Eng, who currently sits as director and/or chairman for several publically traded companies. -  Dr. Gignac formerly served, for more than 20 years, as President and CEO of Cambior Inc"Ms. Sandra Perry - Senior Technical Consultant -  A consulting geologist specializing in satellite and airborne image analysis for geologic exploration, focused on field of geology applications -  She has 28 years of geological and remote sensing experience, emphasizing satellite multispectral image analysis for mineral, hydrocarbon, and geothermal exploration. -  Sandy is a member of the NASA ASTER Science Team, researching and pioneering mineral mapping using multispectral and hyper spectral imaging systems. -  She has participated in many exploration efforts around the world, specifically contributing to seven precious metal discoveries in South America, including the Cerro Saavedra deposit (currently San Jose Mine) and Martha Mine in the Deseado Massif of Patagonia.! "" 6
    • Board of DirectorsA Strong BoardScott Brunsdon, MBA Scott is currently CFO for International Minerals Corp. Formerly, he was a CFO of Andean Resources (now Goldcorp), CFO and Corp. Secretary of Revett Minerals, CFO of Placer Dome N.A. and CFO, Secretary and Treasurer of Placer Dome US and executive positions in Hillsborough Resources and Dayton Mining. He holds a MBA (Finance and Accounting) from the University of British Columbia and a Bachelor of Commerce (Economics) from the University of Saskatchewan.Alan Chan, P. Eng Alan is a professional engineer and an entrepreneur. He graduated from University of Saskatchewan with a Bachelor of Science Degree. Alan is Director, CFO and Secretary of Grand Power Logistics Group.Andrew Gertler, MBA Andrew is a principal and Vice-President of Lester Asset Management and he holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Finance) degree from McGill University and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Western Ontario.Bryn Harman, CFA Bryn is a former listing officer at the Alberta Stock Exchange and has worked as a buy side and sell side research analyst in the United States.Darrick Hunt, CPA Darrick is CFO of Huntwood Industries and a Certified Public Accountant under the Board of Accountancy of Washington State and he holds a Bachelor Degree in Business Administration from Gonzaga University. Responsible for several international business operationsJacques Perron, P. Eng Jacques is President and Chief Executive Officer of St. Andrew Goldfields (SAS on TSX), a Canadian gold producer. Mr. Perron obtained his B.Sc. in mining engineering at l’École Polytechnique. His prior work experience included management positions at IAMGOLD, Noranda Inc., J.S. Redpath and Cambior. 7
    • Discovery and Development A Team with a Track RecordMina Martha (Coeur d’Alene Mines)- Precious metals depositsDon Nicolas (Minera IRL)- Precious metals depositsLejano (Coeur d’Alene Mines)- Precious Metals depositsCandelaria Mine Extension (KinrossGold) Danilo Silva Matt Hughes- Precious Metals deposits 8
    • Hunt Mining Project LocationsExploration and Mining Concessions, Deseado Massif Precious Metal Province, Santa Cruz Argentina 70 68 MAJOR LAND HOLDERS (ranked by size of holdings) FOMICRUZ SE HUNT MINING CORP / CCSA 2,868 sq. kilometers = Regional Mineralized Trends MIRASOL RESOURCES LTD PATAGONIA GOLD PLC HIDEFIELD / MINERA IRL EXTORRE GOLD MINES LTD HOCHSCHILD ARGENTINA SA (San Jose Mine) COEUR ARGENTINA SRL (Martha Mine)48 IAMGOLD ARGENTINA SA 48 ANGLO / FOMICRUZ (Cerro Vanguardia Mine) MINERA ANDES INC (San Jose Mine) ARGENTEX MINING CORP PAN AM. SILVER / SJSA (Manantial Espejo Mine) GOLD CORP. (formerly Andean Resources) OTHER COMPANIES47 Cerro Vanguardia South America Mina Martha Argentina Manantial Deseado Massif Espejo Santa Cruz 0 20 50 KILOMETERS 9
    • Geological SettingHigh-grade epithermal, low sulfidationstyle vein deposits found throughout theregionNearly all of the hundreds of gold-silverand base metals occurrences in theDeseado Massif region in SouthArgentina are this typeDeposits are hosted in Jurassic agedvolcanic rock localized by structures,often many meters wide and hundredsof meters to several kilometers longMineralized structures are comprised ofquartz veins, stock-works and brecciasthat carry gold, silver, minor sulfides withvariable amounts of base metals 10
    • Project Summary La Josefina•  Completed 49,300 meters of core drilling•  Completed 416 line kilometers of geophysical surveys•  Collected more than 15,000 surface channel and trench samples•  Building resources, open to expansion Bajo Pobre•  Located less than 80 km southeast of Goldcorp’s Cerro Negro gold project•  Historically, over US $2.0 million spent in exploration including mapping and surface sampling•  Large gold bearing epithermal system identified El Gateado•  One km northeast of La Josefina project•  Completed 30 line kilometers of Geophysics, 6,300 meters of core drilling, collected more then 1000 surface samples•  Large gold bearing epithermal system identified Additional Projects•  Covering 1,700 sq. km of prospective lands 11
    • 12 La Josefina: Flagship Project•  Joint Venture with Fomento Minero de Santa Cruz Sociedad del Estado (“Fomicruz.”), government owned mining entity•  Hunt Mining to earn 91% interest and Fomicruz 9% interest after completion of positive pre-feasibility and feasibility study by 2012~13•  Company must spend US $6 million in exploration drilling to earn mining and production rights for a 40 year period (current level of investment over $12 million)•  Production is subject to 1% Provincial mine-mouth royalty and 5% FOMICRUZ mine-mouth royalty (equivalent to 2% NSR) 12
    • La Josefina - Pre 2011 Drill Program Highlights Select assay intervals from 5 ore shootsSinter 12.2 m of 23 g/t AuAilin 3.1 m of 94.44 g/t Au & 56.6 g/t AgAilin 1.3 m of 88.8 g/t Au and 65.5 g/t AgAmanda 3 m of 7.34 g/t Au and 155.4 g/t AgCecilia 3.2 m of 5.1 g/t Au and 1,238 g/t AgVeta Sur 2.85 m of 14.78 Au and 96.8 g/t Ag For full range of drilling results, pls see: drill assays prior to 2011 on www.huntmining.com/projects/la-josefina 13
    • La Josefina - Pre 2011: Veta Norte Zone Veta Sur Shoot Long SectionFor further details of the grade of each metal/mineral used to establish the equivalent grade see: drill assays prior to 2011 on www.huntmining.com/projects/la-josefina 14
    • La Josefina Sinter TargetFor full range of drilling results, pls see: drill assays prior to 2011 and until September 30th 2011 on www.huntmining.com/projects/la-josefina 15
    • La Josefina - Pre 2011: Noreste Zone Sinter TargetSilica exhalite Flat line sinterrelated to hot layer exposedspring activity over an area of 2.5 km x 300 m or moreStructurally Potentialcontrolled, open pit, bulkhigh-grade minablemineralization operationgoing to depth 16
    • Drill Results Highlights (pre-2011 drilling) In 2007 and 2008 CCSA drilled 37,600 meters in 260 holes on the La Josefina property. The top 25 mineralized intervals are summarized below: Hole # / Target : Interval Interval Au Max Au Equiv. Min depth Max Average Interval Au Interval Ag Percent Au Interval Cu Interval Pb Interval ZnNo.   Shoot   length (m)   Equivalent (g/T)   Assay (g/T)   (m)   depth (m)   depth (m)   (g/T)   (g/T)   of Equiv.   %   %   %   1   SVN134 / V Norte : V Sur   6.30   13.11   78.30   97.7   104   100.85   2.74   644.76   21%   0.4%   3.5%   0.3%   2   SSI167 / Noreste :Sinter   1.00   79.83   79.83   33   34   33.5   79.60   14.20   100%   0.1%   0.3%   0.0%   3   SVN04 / V Norte : V Sur   4.05   16.96   53.65   39.95   44   41.975   7.62   581.15   45%   0.2%   0.4%   0.1%   4   SVN132 / V Norte : V Sur   11.40   6.02   18.76   69.6   81   75.3   2.58   214.12   43%   0.0%   0.0%   0.2%   5   SVN150 / V Norte : V Sur   8.50   7.63   31.74   16   24.5   20.25   4.22   212.35   55%   0.3%   4.1%   0.1%   6   SVN57 / V Norte : Amanda   2.45   22.09   76.84   140.8   143.25   142.025   18.53   221.93   84%   1.7%   0.5%   0.3%   7   SVN181 / V Norte : Amanda   4.40   11.30   37.57   162.2   166.6   164.4   8.46   176.81   75%   1.2%   0.2%   0.1%   8   SVN78 / V Norte : Amanda   5.00   9.55   52.87   27   32   29.5   8.54   62.97   89%   0.1%   0.3%   0.0%   9   SVN198 / V Norte : Cecilia   4.70   10.09   33.06   104.2   108.9   106.55   7.52   159.49   75%   2.0%   0.4%   0.1%  10   SVN149 / V Norte : V Sur   4.60   9.85   48.15   61.4   66   63.7   2.38   464.68   24%   0.6%   10.6%   0.1%  11   SVN135 / V Norte : V Sur   8.10   5.57   35.42   50.9   59   54.95   2.69   179.37   48%   0.1%   1.1%   0.1%  12   SVN233 / V Norte : Cecilia   1.50   27.15   43.67   166.5   168   167.25   8.96   1,131.76   33%   0.1%   1.3%   0.3%  13   SVN-144 / V Norte : V Sur   3.05   13.02   22.11   100.2   103.25   101.725   7.51   342.62   58%   0.1%   9.3%   3.8%  14   SVN186 / V Norte : Cecilia   8.40   4.58   11.37   184.6   193   188.8   3.16   88.78   69%   1.5%   0.1%   0.1%  15   SVN89 / V Norte : V Sur   14.00   2.73   18.54   69   83   76   2.59   8.57   95%   0.2%   0.1%   0.0%  16   SVN222 / V Norte : Cecilia   2.65   14.36   34.17   166.35   169   167.675   5.10   576.34   36%   0.2%   1.8%   1.0%  17   SVN125 / V Norte : V Sur   2.20   17.07   55.51   150.3   152.5   151.4   7.08   621.89   41%   0.2%   6.6%   0.8%  18   SVN117 / V Norte :Cecilia   7.95   4.70   23.29   13.45   21.4   17.425   3.74   59.39   80%   0.1%   0.2%   0.0%  19   SVN193 / V Norte : Amanda   4.65   7.88   26.59   17.35   22   19.675   7.59   18.17   96%   0.1%   0.2%   0.0%  20   SVN137 / V Norte : V Sur   3.70   9.13   16.62   74.7   78.4   76.55   2.08   438.59   23%   1.5%   7.0%   0.1%  21   SVN136 / V Norte : V Sur   3.00   10.94   31.84   30   33   31.5   10.90   2.43   100%   0.0%   0.1%   0.1%  22   SVN172 / V Norte : Amanda   7.90   4.04   10.13   222.7   230.6   226.65   3.21   51.47   80%   1.5%   0.1%   0.1%  23   SVN176 / V Norte : Amanda   7.60   4.03   18.46   260.4   268   264.2   3.46   35.14   86%   0.8%   0.0%   0.1%  24   SVN153 / V Norte :V Sur   9.90   3.03   23.97   34.7   44.6   39.65   2.18   52.61   72%   0.1%   0.8%   0.1%  25   SVN84 / V Norte : Amanda   4.23   6.97   25.34   165   169.23   167.115   5.37   99.52   77%   0.7%   0.1%   0.0%   For full range of drilling results, pls see: drill assays prior to 2011 on www.huntmining.com/projects/la-josefina 17
    • La Josefina 2011– Drill Results Highlights Highlights taken from 2011 press releasesMarch 3, SC-D11-244 A true mineralized width of 2.14 meters grading 7.62 g/t gold, 33.04 g/t silver and 3.4% lead, including:2011 0.43 meters of 26.41 g/t gold, 102.60 g/t silver and 5.2% lead and 0.38 meters of 9.91 g/t gold, 40.40 g/t silver and 8.1% lead SC-D11-248 A true mineralized width of 5.7 meters grading 26.19 g/t (grams/ton) gold and 41.59 g/t silver, including: 0.81 meters of 132.34 g/t gold and 112.20 g/t silver. 0.36 meters of 66.41 g/t gold and 245.00 g/t silver.March 22, SC-D11-252 A true mineralized width of 3.00 meters grading 7.14 g/t gold, 133.44 g/t silver 6.67% lead and 1.16%2011 copper including: 0.48 meters of 0.26 g/t gold, 580.00 g/t silver, 2.1% copper and 30.0% lead 0.52 meters of 27.20 gold, 42.10 g/t silver, 1.3% copper and 1.0% lead SC-D11-255 A true mineralized width of 1.94 meters grading 135.31 g/t (grams/tonne) gold, 39.72 g/t silver and 6.51% lead Including: 0.47 meters of 206.08 g/t gold, 89.40 g/t silver and 4.0 % lead. 0.52 meters of 97.64 g/t gold, 20.90 g/t silver and 1.7% lead. 0.50 meters of 228.01 g/t gold, 47.10 g/t silver and 6.1% lead.March 31, SC-D11-258 A true mineralized width of 2.85 meters grading 2.38 g/t gold, 178.65 g/t silver and 25.18% lead2011 including: 0.43 meters of 1.44 g/t gold, 729.00 g/t silver, and 26.8% lead 0.48 meters of 3.73 g/t gold, 253.00 g/t silver, and 24.8% lead 0.48 meters of 9.08 g/t gold, 53.70 g/t silver, and 13.9% lead SC-D11-267 12.38 meters (true width) of 188.52 g/t gold, 171.88 g/t silver and 14.84% lead including 0.88 meters of 494.32 g/t gold, 143.60 g/t silver and 10.37 % lead, and 0.50 meters of 25.60 g/t gold, 395.00 g/t silver and 33.07 % lead. For full range of drilling results, pls see: drill assays as of September 30, 2011 on www.huntmining.com/projects/la-josefina 18
    • La Josefina 2011– Drill Results Highlights Highlights taken from 2011 press releasesMay 2nd, SVN- 1.24 meters true width of 38.31 g/t (grams/tonne) gold, 150.92 g/t silver and2011 D11-271 12.66% lead, including 0.38 meters true width of 85.12 g/t gold, 337 g/t silver and 26.97% lead, also 0.38 meters true width of 37.24 g/t gold SVN- 0.87 meters true width of 18.94 g/t gold, 184.44 g/t silver and 1.04% copper, D11-272 including 0.50 meters true width of 31.92 g/t gold and 220 g/t silver and 1.54 % copper SVN- 2.42 meters true width of 3.56 g/t gold and 63.94 g/t silver including D11-275 0.40 meters true width of 11.60 g/t gold, also 1.50 meters true width of 4.43 g/t gold and 96.22 g/t silverMay 05, SSI- 19.47 meters (63.88 feet) true width of 18.83 (grams/tonne) g/t gold,2011 D11-278 including 9.48 meters true width of 32.04 g/t gold, including • 3.00 meters true width of 62.87 g/t gold SSI- 4.45 meters true width of 4.83 g/t gold, including D11-282 1.45 meters true width of 11.65 g/t gold 1.00 meter true width of 8.95 g/t gold (second mineralized intercept) SSI- 7.00 meters true width of 3.01 g/t gold, including D11-286 2.00 meters true width of 7.51 g/t gold, SSI- 1.00 meters true width of 40.97 g/t gold D11-287 For full range of drilling results, pls see: drill assays as of September 30, 2011 on www.huntmining.com/projects/la-josefina 19
    • La Josefina 2011– Drill Results Highlights Highlights taken from 2011 press releasesJuly 26th, SVN-D11-312 6.2 meters true width (20.3 feet) of 4.47 g/t gold, 573 g/t silver, 1% Copper and 13% lead, including2011 2.6 meters of 5.85 g/t gold and 538.39 g/t silver and 1.9 meters of 5.62 g/t gold and 1102.20 g/t silver SVN-D11-314 2.4 meters true width (7.8 feet) of 7.34 g/t gold, 65.62 g/t silver, including 1.00 meters of 16.91 g/t gold and 137.35 g/t silver SVN-D11-309, Gold and silver grades range from below detection limit (< 0.01 g/t Au) 310, 311, 313, to3.18 g/t gold and 205g/t silver. and 318  Sep 30th, SVN-D11-323 1.72 meters true width (5.6 feet) of 4.33 g/t gold, 26.02 g/t silver, including2011 0.44 meters true width (1.4 feet) of 14.4 g/t gold and 77.9 g/t silver SVN-D11-326 1.00 meters true width (3.3 feet) of 4.93 g/t gold, 86.67 g/t silver SVN-D11-327 0.95 meters true width (3.1 feet) of 1.39 g/t gold, 196.75 g/t silver SVN-D11-317, Gold and silver grades range from below detection limit (< 0.01 g/t Au) 319, 320, 321, to 4.56 g/t gold and 197.70 g/t silver. 322, 324, 325, 328, 329, 331, 332, 333, 334, 335, 336, 337, 338, 339 For full range of drilling results, pls see: drill assays as of September 30, 2011 on www.huntmining.com/projects/la-josefina 20
    • 2011 - La Josefina Drill Hole Locations Sinter Area = 24 Core Holes Veta Norte Area = 13 Core Holes Central Area = 25 Core Holes 21
    • 2011 La Josefina, Sinter Area Drill Hole Locations Hole SSI-D11-278: 19.47 meters (63.88 feet) true width of 18.83 (grams/tonne) g/t gold, including 9.48 meters true width of 32.04 g/t gold, including 3.00 meters true width of 62.87 g/t gold   Hole SSI-D11-282: 4.45 meters true width of 4.83 g/t gold, including 1.45 meters true width of 11.65 g/t gold 1.00 meter true width of 8.95 g/t gold (second mineralized intercept)   Hole SSI-D11-286 7.00 meters true width of 3.01 g/t gold, including 2.00 meters true width of 7.51 g/t gold, Hole SSI-D11-299: 34.0 meters (111.5 feet) true width of 2.82 g/t gold, including 6.25 meters true width of 7.29 g/t gold, including 1.25 meters of 11.76 g/t gold and 0.65 meters of 15.57 g/t goldFor full range of drilling results, pls see: drill assays as of September 30, 2011 on www.huntmining.com/projects/la-josefina 22
    • La Josefina - Timelines Acquisition of other Argentina Projects Exploration at other Argentina ProjectsAcquisition of Flagship La Josefina ProjectExploration of Flagship La Josefina Project In-house ResourceCalculation – La Josefina HUNT MINING CORP INCEPTION 43-101 ResourceCalculation – La Josefina Metallurgical Study La JosefinaPEA, Scoping, Prefeas Study La Josefina Feasibility Study La Josefina Base Line Environmental Study Q1 Q2 Q3 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q4 Q4 Q4 Q4 Q4 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Complete Underway / Planned 23
    • Bajo Pobre Project•  Earn up to 100% interest by spending $500,000•  Property encompasses 32 square kilometers•  Greater than 8 kilometers of mineralized vein strike has been mapped and sampled•  Widespread intense hydrothermal alteration covers an area of more than 10 square kilometers 24
    • El Gateado Project•  Project block encompasses 190 km sq. for both El Gateado and Lobuno•  Mineral rights are 100% owned by the Corporation•  Property is contiguous to La Josefina•  12 core holes drilled in 2006 by subsidiary of Hunt Mining Corp.•  Core drilling over 2300 meters in 2011 25
    • 2011 Key Objectives in Progress•  Offset historic drill holes at La Josefina to supplement and enhance current resource•  Conduct resource expansion drilling where ore shoots remain open at La Josefina•  Expand exploration drilling with new targets within La Josefina and El Gateado, as well as some of the many untested targets•  Update NI 43-101 compliant resource estimate at La Josefina•  Initiate PEA, scoping and feasibility study for La Josefina 26 26
    • Key Value DriversLarge portfolio of exploration and development projects in the Santa Cruzprovince of ArgentinaExcellent potential at its flagship La Josefina projectExcellent exploration potential across the regionManagement team has an outstanding exploration, discovery, anddevelopment record in the regionExecuting on exploration program in Santa Cruz; drill rigs turning andgenerating consistent, positive news flowEfficient planning at La Josefina: 2012-2013 completion of development,economic feasibility, production decision and formation of CCSA-Fomicruzjoint venture company; 2014; mine construction phase and 2015; projectedproduction 27
    • Contact InformationMatthew HughesPresident and CEO509-892-5287MHughes@huntmining.comViresh VarmaDirector of Corp Development647-588-0460VireshVarma@huntmining.comDean StuartInvestor Relations403-517-2270DStuart@huntmining.com 1611 N. Molter, Suite 201, Liberty Lake, WA 99019 USA Phone 1.509.892.5287 Fax 1.509.892.5318   www.huntmining.com HMX: TSX.V 28