The Bow Discovery

On March 31, 2015 NexGen hit off-scale radioactivity 3.7 km northeast along the Patterson Lake Conductor corridor farther inside the Athabasca Basin. Drill hole BO-15-10 intersected 2.5 m total composite mineralization including 0.10 m off-scale radioactivity (>10,000 to 10,200 cps) within a 5.0 m section (206.5 to 211.5 m). The Bow Discovery was made by targeting geophysical signatures similar to Arrow coincident with 'breaks' in the VTEM conductor along with radon in water surveys.

Aerial graphic image identifying South Arrow, Arrow, Bow and Harpoon, along the Patterson Corridor
Bow Area map Image of 2015 Bow drilling identifying 13 drill hole collars