West Red Lake Assays 149.64 g/t Gold Over 1.0 Metre In Channel Sample

West Red Lake Gold Mines (CSE: RLG) reported further assay results from its ongoing exploration of the West Red Lake Project last night. The latest results released by the company come from surface channel sampling conducted around the Rowan Mine Shaft on the property.

Channel sampling was conducted on the property near the shaft as a means of testing for potential bulk sample mineralization over a 200 metre strike length. The program was rather successful based on a number of results released by the firm.

Highlights of the results include:

  • 149.64 g/t gold over 1.0 metre
  • 45.68 g/t gold over 2.0 metres
  • 60.41 g/t gold over 1.2 metres
  • 49.32 g/t gold over 1.3 metres

A total of 45 locations were tested under the channel sample program, which followed a drill program conducted earlier this year, which also targeted near surface mineralization. The results of the programs on a combined basis indicate that zone 104D across a 100 metre strike length is the most prospective location for a surface bulk sample.

“We are very pleased with the numerous high grade gold results from the surface channel sampling program at Rowan. The results enhance the potential for a surface bulk sample at the Rowan Gold Deposit,” commented John Kontak, President, on the exploration results.

West Red Lake Gold last traded at $0.055 on the CSE.

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