considering less than 1,400m have been drilled on the project to date, id say these results are heading in the right direction.. obviously better than their initial program, and if you read what their jv partner on the project had to say, it sounds like they now know where to look: deeper
specifically:(from Strongbow's release this morning) :David Gale, Vice President of Exploration for Strongbow concluded, "The Tower Creek valley remains the most compelling target on the Shovelnose gold property. The mineralized and silica flooded felsic tuffs encountered in SN12-04 occur in the centre of a 1,400 m long geophysical and geochemical anomaly with elevated gold, arsenic, mercury, antimony and molybdenum. The silver/gold ratios observed in drill hole SN12-04 increase with depth and, coupled with the consistently elevated arsenic, antimony and mercury diagnostic epithermal pathfinder suite identified in all four Tower Zone drill holes, suggests the presence of a high level, low sulphidation epithermal gold system. This target requires further drilling to evaluate the Tower Creek valley area at depth."