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KEY TO SYMBOLS
SO=season opened (or opens); SC=season closed (or closes); SV=season varies by district or water.
BLACK BASS: PENNSYLVANIA: Most streams in central state improved as rains raised levels and washed away algae; FG in Juniata River and at mouth of Conodoguinet with plugs, spoons and bait, OG rest of month. Upper Allegheny VL with serious algae condition, FP, OP. Delaware River starting to produce as rains and cool nights have started big small-mouths moving, OG.
NEW YORK: Smallmouths and largemouths active in Chautauqua Lake, with best baits crayfish (west end of lake) and nightcrawlers (east end); subsurface plugs producing well for early risers. St. Lawrence River still so-so, with lots of l-to-2-pound bass in Clayton area as local talent starts tooling up for fall musky fishing.
MAINE: Prospects for fall bass fishing are poor as Edna fouled up all fishing last week, left lakes high and bass moody.
ONTARIO: Lake Simcoe reports FG, especially at Sibbald's Point and Georgian Island areas; Head Lake (Haliburton region) and most lakes in Temagami district giving fine sport, with 5-pounders showing occasionally.
TROUT: CALIFORNIA: Both slopes of Sierra Nevadas report FG; 8�-pound brown taken from West Walker River near Bridgeport on bait last week; FG on Feather River and tributaries, South Fork of the Yuba, Stanislaus and American rivers. Truckee River producing planted rainbows from Tahoe to Truckee, big native browns below Truckee to Verdi with best lures maribou streamers and woolly worms.