CALIFORNIA: Things are picking up at Havasu and Mohave lakes, and below Parker Dam, but most action comes at midday and big bass are in deep water.
BONEFISH: FLORIDA: Bones are in good numbers on Norris Cut flats; spin-fishermen getting fair action on artificials; OG next week.
BAHAMAS: Flycaster Fred Lippincott of Radnor, Pa. still has sore arm after taking 11 bones to 6� pounds at Andros Island last week.
CHANNEL BASS: LOUISIANA: FG in most deep passes leading into Gulf of Mexico and around offshore oil rigs.
FLORIDA: Reds have moved far up northwest.
FLORIDA RIVERS: St. Marks, Aucilla, Ochlockonee and New rivers are producing. Myakka River south of Sarasota reports redfish abundant and hungry.
STRIPED BASS: CALIFORNIA: Chester Meeks of Richmond, Calif. took a 53-pound striper from Broad Slough near Antioch last week. With Bay and Delta waters colder, fish are finicky.
OREGON: Isthmus Slough in Coos Bay slowed down last week but lunkers are there and will play ball if rain warms water; best bait pilchard.