Hudson Resources Inc.

Hudson Resources Inc.

March 27, 2006 16:25 ET

Hudson Images Diamondiferous Dike with Seismic Survey

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(CCNMatthews - March 27, 2006) - HUDSON RESOURCES INC. ("Hudson") (TSX VENTURE:HUD) is pleased to announce that initial seismic reflection data indicates that an easterly dipping reflector extends for at least one kilometre down dip to a depth of 400m. This directly correlates with the diamondiferous Garnet Lake kimberlite dike identified by last seasons exploration program. The Garnet Lake dike is located on the Sarfartoq Exploration Licence in West Greenland. It was initially identified by the 2005 drill program. To date, a total of 313 kg of kimberlite from surface samples and drill core have generated 408 diamonds.

Hudson has now completed a second 1,200m seismic line located 900m to the north and is in the process of completing a tie line between the two. A third seismic line intended to cross the dyke to the south of Garnet Lake is planned. The Company plans to extend the first seismic line to determine if the structure continues beyond 1,000m down dip.

"We are very encouraged by the initial results of the seismic survey," stated James Tuer, President, "The fact that there is known, highly diamondiferous kimberlite which can potentially be seen over a large area supports our expectations that an economic diamond mine is possible at Garnet Lake. With follow up drilling and a large tonnage sample to be taken later this summer, we anticipate being able to further demonstrate the potential for this area in 2006. It is significant to note that operations at Hudson's property in Greenland will have none of the development problems currently experienced by miners pursuing projects in the Canadian north with the early closure of their winter road. Hudson can ship material via ocean going freighters to within 20 km of Garnet Lake on a year round basis and is within 20 minutes of an international airport."

The seismic survey is being conducted by Frontier Geosciences Inc. of North Vancouver, BC. The data is being complied in the field and sent daily to Canada for processing. While these results are preliminary, they corroborate earlier drill results at Garnet Lake and suggest that the structure has significant size potential. Drilling, planned to start in late May, is aimed at confirming the dimensions and tonnage potential of the kimberlite body.

"The seismic survey has detected a subtle, but discernible dipping reflector associated with the 4m intersection of diamondiferous kimberlite identified in drill hole 05DS12 at Garnet Lake," says Cliff Candy, P.Geo., senior geophysicist in charge of the survey and a qualified person under National Instrument 43-101. "Conditions have proved to be good for the seismic reflection method, and this reflector is being traced to depth. As work proceeds more detail will be acquired on the attitude and extent of the zone."

Hudson Resources Inc. is a diamond exploration company focused on a 1,500 sq km licence area near Sarfartoq, West Greenland. In 2004, the Company located the first highly diamondiferous kimberlite occurrence in Greenland with the recovery of 151 diamonds from a 108 kg sample. In 2005, Hudson found additional sources of significantly diamondiferous kimberlite in drill core at Garnet Lake. Dr. Mark Hutchison, Trigon GeoServices Ltd., is in charge of the ongoing exploration program in Greenland. Hudson currently trades on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol "HUD" and has 14.8 million shares outstanding.


James Tuer, President

This news release contains forward-looking statements regarding ongoing and upcoming exploration work and expected geology, geological formations and structures. Actual results may differ materially from those anticipated in these statements.

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