MONTANA: Madison F to G. Best flies red squirrel tail, black woolly worm. Grizzly and Wulff. Yellowstone F to G. Gallatin: Ginger Quill, Light Cahill and Lady Mite taking.
BRITISH COLUMBIA: Island lakes and mountain streams producing. Steelheads having poorest run in some years with Stamp and Ash H but yielding a few fish.
ATLANTIC SALMON: NEW BRUNSWICK: Water L and WB above 80. Salmon scarce with showers improving catches in Miramichi.
NOVA SCOTIA: Water levels more favorable following heavy rain and Sheet Harbor River was top producer of the week with North River second best.
MAINE: Fishing generally poor for landlocks with Long Lake in uppermost Maine best.
PACIFIC SALMON: WASHINGTON: Westport reports FG and OG. Lapush FF, OG with big salmon expected at river's mouth any time. Neah Bay FG, OG with kings to 40 pounds. Not many kings taken at Hope, but those taken are lunkers. Big swing from Lummi Rocks to Waldron Island producing plentiful silvers on herring strips. Fisheries report more kings this year than in past 8, though fishermen not scoring too well. Skagit River is muddy. You can see big ones roll but can't catch them.
BRITISH COLUMBIA: F to G all along the coast with silvers up to 11 pounds and spring salmon up to 25. Rivers Inlet beginning to show big fish. Should be hot within a week or so. Best fish off Campbell River with 39 pounds from April Point. Big tides around August 1st should produce 50-pounders. Good reports from Little River, Kitty Coleman, Shelter Point, Comox Harbor in north, Howe Sound and Pender Harbor further south.