About Ambassador Guides Ambassador Guides is based in Page Lake Powell, AZ and is owned and operated by Bill & Judy McBurney. Captain Bill has been providing quality experiences for both novice and proficient anglers. He is US Coast Guard and AZ Game & Fish licensed, and holds a CUA Permit with Glen Canyon National Park Service. The Captain is the first licensed guide in the Glen Canyon National Park and is most at home when he is on the water. He is a great Read More +
Lake Powell is a Reservoir that was created once the 710 Glen Canyon Dam was completed in 1966. It can retain 27 million-acre feet at full pool. With its massive 1900 miles of shore line it is longer than the entire West Coast of the United States. The lake and surrounding area is a geological wonder of the world and is part of the upper reaches of the Grand Canyon. Within Lake Powell is a host of majestic canyons that you can visit while on Lake Read More +
Best time of the year for fishing Lake Powell... All species can be caught year -round, but the water temps on the lake set the consistency for limits. For the largemouth and small mouth angler the action picks up in the Spring (weather permitting due to wind or rain). In the Spring many bass fishing tournaments begin lake wide at this Quarry. April-May are excellent for all bass and at times walleye too. Crappie, Bluegill and Catfish fishing available upon request.
Photo Caption. Ed Feller (right) and his favorite brother Jeff fished together at Hite. Trolling for stripers was good, but smallmouth bass fishing was better. They had a great fishing trip which will make great memories. Now is the time to take the family fishing at Lake Powell Lake Powell Fish Report – May 10, 2012 Lake Elevation: 3635 Water Temperature 64-72 F By: Wayne Gustaveson For another week Lake Powell’s water level is stable and temperature remains in the low 60’s which is Read More +
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Lake Powell Elevation: 3633.61 Water Temp: 72 degrees Ron Lenhart, Bass Angler of the Year 1995 – see video Stripers continue to feed on channel points mid Lake Powell to the Dam. Smallmouth are being caught in depths of 20-25′ range on points and rock piles. Walleye can be caught trolling 15-30′ on the tree lines and shore lines. Fishing is excellent right now! Capt. Bill To schedule a trip of your own or just ask questions, contact us using either our contact form or Read More +
This is Jerry from Cortez, Colorado with his 8.5 lb striper which gave us a solid 6 minute battle on 6 lb test line. This is 1 of 3 big fish that my customers and I have caught this week. Smallmouth were doing excellent in the early part of the day, we moved on to stripers in the afternoon. We were 40 miles up the lake. Check out the video The fishing on Lake Powell right now is excellent, a great time to be here! Read More +
By Wayne Gustaveson Tuesday, July 20, 2010 Lake Elevation: 3,637 msl Water Temperature 82-87 F PAGE, Ariz. — Lake elevation has stabilized and water temperature is at its peak for the summer. It was 84 degrees this morning at sunrise. These factors allow sport fish to settle into a pattern without responding to water level changes. Occasional monsoon cloud bursts are taken in stride without lasting impact. The water is warmer than most fish prefer sending most deeper during the heat of the day. Young Read More +