Gravity and Electromagnetic Surveys Yield High-Priority Ni-Cu-PGM Drill Targets in Michigan

April 30, 2013

Bitterroot Resources Ltd.s geophysical contractors have completed the winter season of field work in Michigan. Gravity and Time Domain electromagnetic (TDEM) surveys were conducted over twelve targets selected from Bitterroots' airborne magnetic and EM surveys. The recent surveys have confirmed the presence of two large (+600 metre-long) TDEM anomalies with coincident gravity highs. One target occurs in a previously unrecognized layered mafic intrusion and the second target appears to be on the flank of a large mafic dyke. Both targets are located on Bitterroots 100 percent-owned mineral rights.

Management is currently in discussions with potential investors regarding the funding of a significant drill program in 2013. A slide presentation showing geophysical results from Michigan has been posted on the Company's website ( Technical information in this news release has been reviewed by Mr Glenn Scott, P.G. a qualified person as defined by National Instrument 43-101.


Michael S. Carr

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