ATLANTIC SALMON: NEW BRUNSWICK: Cains River SH with OG as best runs have not shown yet except at mouth; recent rains raised Tabusintac and Tracadie Rivers but a few fish in 10-pound class were killed last week and OG when water lowers; Nashwaak N, C, OG on this late river; not much action on Southwest Miramichi as SC Sept. 30.
STEELHEAD TROUT: CALIFORNIA: Fly fishermen doing well in Lower Klamath (up to Blue Creek) and in the Trinity to Weaverville.
OREGON: Steelheading fairly hot in Grant's Pass to Galice area, with boating most-favored method and standard steelhead fly patterns on #8 and #10 hooks best lures; OG unless heavy rains come early in upper river.
PACIFIC SALMON: WASHINGTON: Inner Puget Sound showing best silver fishing of the season off Bush Point, Mutiny Bay and Point No Point with salmon averaging eight to 10 pounds; limits common last week at Strait of Juan de Fuca at Neah Bay and Sekiu with prospects good for next fortnight.
CALIFORNIA: Commercial fishermen predict best fall run of chinooks in many years as huge schools lay off mouths of rivers; Klamath hottest now; trollers taking quick limits off San Francisco; few chinooks in Trinity River but rains will goose runs toward mid-October peak.
OREGON: FG at Yaquina Bay with silvers running to 15 pounds and best fishing just outside the bar; herring mooching with light spinning tackle most popular method; OG through early October but bring rain clothes.
BRITISH COLUMBIA: Coho salmon showing well in most waters and milling off river mouths with good catches reported from April Point, Browns Bay, Campbell River and Comox; OG although heavy rains have already drawn some fish into the streams.