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ARIZONA: Two largemouth bass over 10 pounds taken from Mohave last week; best fishing in history of the lake, says spy.
LOUISIANA: Local sportsmen getting excellent sport, with bass averaging over four pounds in False River (former channel of the Mississippi, now landlocked). Live crawfish fished on bottom get best results. Lacassine Waterfowl Refuge continues to provide fine fishing, with spin-fishermen taking bass to 6� pounds on lures, and OG.
NORTH CAROLINA: Stocking of fresh ponds at Buxton, on Cape Hatteras, three years ago with largemouth fingerlings by state Wildlife Resources Commission is paying off with easy limits of pan-size bass, but best fishing last week was at East Lake on Dare County mainland. OG and improving as bass are starting to feed on surface and will take floating fly rod lures and popper plugs.
MISSOURI: Lake Bull Shoals (upper part) is clear, and although water is about 26 feet low FVG and OVG. Best fish are being taken on lead-head plugs bounced along bottom in 30-foot depth but top-water lures are also producing nicely. Lake Taneycomo H, M, FP, OP.
SOUTH CAROLINA: Despite dingy water Lake Murray is yielding limit catches of 2-to 3-pound bass; high winds blew most fishermen into sheltered coves last week, but OG.