West Red Lake Gold Mines Drilling Intersects High-Grade Gold At

 
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West Red Lake Gold Mines Drilling Intersects High-Grade Gold At Rowan Lake Mine
Property 
95.9 g/t Au Over 2 Metres Including 152.0 g/t Over 1 Metre. 92.6 g/t and 75.3
g/t Au Over 1 Metre Intervals 
Toronto, Ontario CANADA, April 15, 2013 /FSC/ - West Red Lake Gold Mines Inc.
(RLG - CNSX),is pleased to announce that it has received gold assays from its
winter drilling program at its 60%-owned Rowan Lake Mine property held in a
Joint Venture with Red Lake Gold Mines, an affiliate of Goldcorp Inc. 
The Company recently completed an 8 hole, 3,283 metre drilling program at the
Rowan Lake Mine Main Zone structure (see news release dated April 2, 2013).
Drilling focused on the Rowan Main Breccias and the Rowan Main Zones. 
Highlights of the 2013 winter drilling
* Extended, to the east, the Rowan Main Zones of the former producing Rowan Lake
Mine
* Extended, to the east, the Breccia Corridor adjacent to the Rowan Mine Main
Zone structure
* Hole RLG-13-02 returned gold values of 152.0, 75.3, 39.7 and 7.5 g/t Au over 1
metre intervals within the east extension of the Rowan Lake Mine vein systems
* Hole RLG-13-03 returned 92.6, 12.7, 6.4 g/t Au over 1 metre intervals within
the east extension of the Rowan Lake Mine vein systems
* In total, more than 60 assays from 1 to 10 g/t Au, over 1 metre intervals,
were returned from the 8 drill hole program 
The assay results are shown in Table 1 (only assays greater than 0.5 g/t
reported). A plan view with the highlights of the drilling results can be seen
in Maps 1 & 2 at the end of this news release. 
Table 1: Significant Results 
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 Hole ID                From(m)  To(m)  Width(m)  Au g/t
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Assays greater than 10 g/t Au
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RLG-13-02 composite        308    310         2     95.9
RLG-13-02 including        308    309         1     39.7
RLG-13-02 and including    309    310         1    152.0
RLG-13-02                  486    487         1     75.3
RLG-13-03                  97      98         1     12.7
RLG-13-03                  185    186         1     92.6
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Assays 5-10 g/t Au
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RLG-13-02                  438    439         1      7.5
RLG-13-03 composite        196    202         6      3.1
RLG-13-03 including        196    197         1      4.5
RLG-13-03 and including    198    199         1      3.8
RLG-13-03 and including    200    201         1      6.4
RLG-13-04 composite        356    358         2      5.7
RLG-13-04 including        356    357         1      4.6
RLG-13-04 and including    357    358         1      6.8
RLG-13-04                  469    470         1      5.5
RLG-13-06                  233    234         1      9.3
RLG-13-07                   18     19         1      5.8
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Assays 2-5 g/t Au
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RLG-13-01                  197    198         1      3.2
RLG-13-01                  256    257         1      5.0
RLG-13-01                  265    266         1      2.3
RLG-13-02                  418    419         1      3.4
RLG-13-02                  452    453         1      3.9
RLG-13-02                  489    490         1      2.8
RLG-13-02                  561    562         1      2.5
RLG-13-03                   76     77         1      3.4
RLG-13-03                  193    194         1      3.3
RLG-13-03                  196    197         1      4.5
RLG-13-03                  198    199         1      3.8
RLG-13-03                  201    202         1      2.3
RLG-13-04                  128    129         1      2.6
RLG-13-04                  356    357         1      4.6
RLG-13-04                  417    418         1      3.0
RLG-13-04                  545    546         1      3.9
RLG-13-06                212.9    214       1.1      3.9
RLG-13-07                   17     18         1      4.0
RLG-13-08                   23     24         1      4.5
RLG-13-08                   25     26         1      3.4
RLG-13-08                  291    292         1      2.1
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Assays 1-2 g/t Au
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RLG-13-01                   31     32         1      1.2
RLG-13-01                   32     33         1      1.0
RLG-13-01                  202    203         1      1.9
RLG-13-01                  214    215         1      1.4
RLG-13-01                  215    216         1      1.3
RLG-13-01                  244    245         1      1.4
RLG-13-01                  257    258         1      1.3
RLG-13-02                   29     30         1      1.3
RLG-13-02                   33     34         1      1.1
RLG-13-02                  283    284         1      1.1
RLG-13-02                  305    306         1      1.5
RLG-13-02                  399    400         1      1.1
RLG-13-02                  461    462         1      1.5
RLG-13-02                  562    563         1      1.0
RLG-13-03                  191    192         1      1.0
RLG-13-03                  197    198         1      1.0
RLG-13-03                  335    336         1      1.4
RLG-13-03                  377    378         1      1.4
RLG-13-03                  425    426         1      1.5
RLG-13-04                  484    485         1      1.5
RLG-13-04                  514    515         1      1.2
RLG-13-04                  560    561         1      1.7
RLG-13-04                  561    562         1      1.5
RLG-13-05                  128    129         1      1.1
RLG-13-05                  164  164.8       0.8      1.2
RLG-13-05                  247    248         1      1.6
RLG-13-05                  248    249         1      1.2
RLG-13-07                   19     20         1      1.5
RLG-13-08                   16     17         1      1.0
RLG-13-08                   19     20         1      1.0
RLG-13-08                   22     23         1      1.8
RLG-13-08                   47     48         1      1.4
RLG-13-08                   48     49         1      1.0
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Assays 0.5-0.9 g/t Au
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RLG-13-01                  195    196         1      0.7
RLG-13-01                  199    200         1      0.6
RLG-13-01                  247    248         1      0.8
RLG-13-01                  259    260         1      0.5
RLG-13-01                  266    267         1      0.5
RLG-13-02                   50     51         1      0.9
RLG-13-02                  322    323         1      0.8
RLG-13-02                  466    467         1      0.8
RLG-13-02                  467    468         1      0.6
RLG-13-02                  482    483         1      0.6
RLG-13-02                  483    484         1      0.5
RLG-13-02                  484    485         1      0.8
RLG-13-04                   74     75         1      0.8
RLG-13-04                  161    162         1      0.7
RLG-13-04                  432    433         1      0.7
RLG-13-05                  103  104.3       1.3      0.7
RLG-13-07                   76     77         1      0.6
RLG-13-08                   21     22         1      0.6
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* Width is calculated as core length and does not imply width of zone 
Discussion of the Results 
Gold is usually associated with relatively narrow quartz veins, which can be
located inside or outside of the breccias in the metavolcanics and/or iron
formation. 
The highest assay of gold, 152.0 g/t Au, was encountered in the
intermediate/mafic volcanics between two of the known historical Rowan Main Zone
Gold Veins. The second highest assay of 92.6 g/t gold was intercepted in the
quartz-carbonate breccia. 
A detailed geological interpretation of the results, in light of the Company's
current exploration concept, is underway and will be released in the near
future.  The upcoming interpretation will be incorporating historical drilling
as well as the results of 2010 and 2011 exploration and drilling programs. This
interpretation will set a foundation for the next phase of the drilling at the
Rowan Lake Mine Main Zone structure. 
Robert Seitz, President and CEO of West Red Lake Gold Mines, states "These
latest results, which include very high-grade intervals, further support our
geological interpretations and show significant continuity to the gold
mineralization. This drilling demonstrates the structural controls are complex,
with each new hole providing information for the optimization of follow up
drilling to the east where there is an expected fold nose in the breccia
corridor that is close to the interpreted strike projection of the Rowan Mine
Vein Systems. Results from drilling at the Rowan Lake Mine, Mount Jamie Mine and
Red Summit Mine properties continue to support management's opinion that the
Company's properties have the potential to evolve into a significant gold
deposit in the Red Lake District." 
Vadim Galkine, P.Geo and Matt Long, P.Geo (42.2K Geological Consulting Inc, Red
Lake, ON) managed the drilling program, logged the core and supervised the core
sampling for gold assays. 
Drilling operations at the Rowan Lake Mine property were carried out by
Chibougamau Diamond Drilling Ltd. of Chibougamau, Quebec. 
Core samples from the Rowan program were cut in half using a diamond cutting saw
and sent to ActLabs, an accredited mineral analysis laboratory in Red Lake,
Ontario, for preparation and analysis utilizing both fire assay and screen
metallic methods. Certified gold reference standards, blanks and field
duplicates were routinely inserted into the sample stream as part of WR quality
control/quality assurance program. 
Vadim Galkin, PhD, P.Geo, who is a qualified person under the definition of
National Instrument 43-101, has reviewed and approved the technical information
contained in this press release. 
About West Red Lake Gold Mines Inc 
West Red Lake Gold Mines is a Toronto-based mineral exploration company focused
on the gold exploration and development business in the prolific Red Lake Mining
District of Northwestern Ontario, Canada. The Company has assembled a
significant property position totalling approximately 3,500 hectares in west Red
Lake. The Mount Jamie Mine and Red Summit Mine properties are 100% owned by West
Red Lake Gold Mines and the Rowan Lake Mine property is held in a 60%-owned
joint venture with Red Lake Gold Mines, a partnership of Goldcorp Inc. and
Goldcorp Canada Ltd. The properties cover a 12 kilometre distance along the West
Red Lake Trend, containing 3 former producing gold mines, and the Company
continues to explore these properties both along strike and at depth. To find
out more about West Red Lake Gold Mines Inc (CNSX: RLG), please visit our
website at http://www.westredlakegold.com. 
Shares Issued: 51,341,648 
On behalf of the board:
Mr. Robert B. Seitz, President & C.E.O.
office@westredlakegold.com 
Forward-Looking Statements
This release contains forward-looking statements, including predictions,
projections and forecasts. Forward-looking statements include, but are not
limited to, statements with respect to exploration activities and results
(including the timing of results), the timing and success of exploration
activities generally, permitting timelines, government regulation of exploration
and mining operations, environmental risks, title disputes or claims,
limitations on insurance coverage, timing and possible outcomes of any pending
litigation and timing and results of future resource estimates or future
economic studies, and in particular include statements with respect to the
timing of the reporting of drilling results at the Mount Jamie Mine, Rowan Lake
Mine, Red Summit Mine and the Company's other properties. Often, but not always,
forward-looking statements can be identified by the use of words such as
"plans", "planning", "planned", "expects", or "looking forward", "does not
expect", "continues", "scheduled", "estimates", "forecasts", "intends",
"potential", anticipate", "does not anticipate", or "belief", or describes a
"goal" or variation of such phrases or state that certain actions, events or
results "may", "could", "would", or "will" be taken, occur or be achieved. 
Forward-looking statements are based on a number of material factors and
assumptions, including the result of drilling and exploration activities, the
expected geological conditions or formations are not located, that contracted
parties provide goods and/or services on the agreed timeframes, that the
equipment necessary for the exploration is available as scheduled and does not
incur unforeseen break downs, that no labour shortages or delays are incurred,
that plant and equipment function as specified, that no unusual geological or
technical problems occur, and that laboratory and other related services are
available and perform as contracted. 
Forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks, future events,
conditions, uncertainties and other factors which may cause the actual results,
performance or achievements to be materially different from any future results,
prediction, projection, forecast, performance or achievements expressed or
implied by the forward-looking statements. Such factors include, among others,
the interpretation and actual results of current exploration activities; changes
in project parameters as plans continue to be refined; future prices of gold;
possible variations in grade or recovery rates; failure of equipment or
processes to operate as anticipated; the failure of contracted parties to
perform; labour disputes and other risks of the mining industry; delays in
obtaining governmental approvals or financing or in the completion of
exploration. Although West Red Lake Gold has attempted to identify important
factors that could cause actual actions, events or results to differ materially
from those described in forward-looking statements, there may be other factors
that cause actions, events or results not to be as anticipated, estimated or
intended. There can be no assurances that forward-looking statements will prove
to be accurate, as actual results and future events could differ materially from
those anticipated in such statements. Accordingly, readers should not place
undue reliance on forward-looking statements. 
Map 1 
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Map 2: Locations of 2013 Winter Drilling and Planned Summer Drilling 
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Source: West Red Lake Gold Mines Inc. (CNSX: RLG) www.westredlakegold.com
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