MICHIGAN: Lake St. Clair muskies still biting and so are cold winds.
BLUEFISH: FLORIDA: Big school of blues invaded Tampa Bay last Saturday; fish averaged three to four pounds and should still be in area, taking feathered lures and spinning stuff. Blues are abundant off Miami Beach and moving southward through Biscayne Bay, but run is still showing strong in surf at Jensen Beach; OG through next 10 days.
WALLEYED PIKE: PENNSYLVANIA: Allegheny River eddies in Franklin area should produce good walleye fishing on minnow next two weeks. Delaware River above Port Jervis is giving up walleyes to six pounds from deep slow pools on slow-trolled junebug spinner-and-worm rig or deep-drifted live lamprey eel.
SAILFISH: MEXICO: Acapulco reports season getting under way with 10 to 15 strikes daily and OG (but marlin are scarce). Guaymas is hottest spot with more than 50 sails boated so far this season.
FLORIDA: FG and improving from St. Lucie Inlet to Key Largo.