MICHIGAN: State winding up one of its greatest bass seasons. OVG.
CHANNEL BASS: LOUISIANA: Big reds are moving to inside waters and business is picking up in Coup Abel, Four Bayou Pass, Redfish Bay, Fort Livingston Pass and others below New Orleans.
NORTH CAROLINA: Surf casting prospects are improving as autumn comes on, and Willie Newsome of Hatteras village reports some down there going up to 25 pounds.
FLORIDA: OP for all fish generally around Tampa but some redfish taken at Venice and Punta Gorda.
STRIPED BASS: MASSACHUSETTS: Best fishing of the year in the back beach section from Truro around to Chatham Inlet, with 20-50-pound fish hitting well on tin squids or plugs around the clock. A few beginning to appear off Scorton Creek in Cape Cod Bay as schools begin to assemble after first cool nights.
SOUTH CAROLINA: Stripers schooling well in both Santee, Cooper lakes with jigs and surface plugs.
NEW JERSEY: Sporadic forays along entire Jersey coast but not plentiful anywhere yet. A few taken off Long Branch jetties.
ATLANTIC SALMON: NEW BRUNSWICK: Biggest run of large salmon in Main Southwest Miramichi in over 10 years. Flies: Black Bear-hair, Squirrel Tail. Renous, FP, Dungarvon, FF, FG/OVG Hartt's Pool on St. John. Nash-waak L, cool and OG. Hartland FG/OG. Good landlocked fishing on the St. Croix.
MAINE: Landlocked fishermen scoring excellently at Moosehead.
PACIFIC SALMON: BRITISH COLUMBIA: Campbell River came up with another 71�-pounder caught by Mrs. K. A. Wilkinson of Drummondville, Que., taken on non-regulation tackle (multiple hooks), which otherwise would have been a new Tyee Club record. Silver fishing now very good, especially off Cape Mudge and Quathiaski on bucktails and small spoons.