KEY TO SYMBOLS
SO = season opened (or opens); SC = season closed (or closes); SV = season varies by district or water.
C = clear water; D = water dirty or roily; M = water muddy.
N = water at normal height; SH = slightly high; H = high; VH = very high; L = low; R = rising; F = falling.
WT50 = water temperature 50�.
FG = fishing good; FF = fishing fair; FP = fishing poor.
OG = outlook good; OP = outlook poor.
BLACK BASS: PENNSYLVANIA: FG on Allegheny River (Forest County) but most fish under 12"; Conneaut Lake producing a few whoppers on bait; Juniata, Susquehanna, Conodoguinet and other central-state waters report FP as weeds & algae thrive; OG as weather cools; FG, improving on Delaware from Port Jervis to Hankins.
MISSOURI: Lake of Ozarks (Gravois Arm area) N, C but FP; Lake Wappapello N, C, FF.
FLORIDA: Cane-polers hoisting bigmouths from Tamiami Canal on worms, crickets, cut shrimp; bassbugs deadly early a.m. and late p.m.
TENNESSEE: FP throughout eastern part of state and OP as hot weather continues.
STEELHEAD TROUT: OREGON: FG on Columbia below McNary Dam with orange flat-fish best lure, river L, C, OG as fishing improves daily.
CALIFORNIA: FG in Klamath River, OG.
BRITISH COLUMBIA: Stamp and Ash rivers on Vancouver Island report FG, and Brem River hot; Morice and Kispiox runs are in, and Coquihalla fishing nicely, OG through next two weeks.
WASHINGTON: FF in Klickitat, Wind rivers and Drano Lake but heavy rains have slowed action in most coastal rivers.