Capt Bill’s Fishing Tips

Lake Powell Fishing Report from Wayne’s Words March 8, 2017

  Bass fishing is getting much better with warming weather.  Daniel and Matthew Bishop went fishing with grandpa Dan Bishop form Page  AZ.  Daniel caught this 3- pound largemouth in Navajo Canyon and has bragging rights over his brother and grandpa.   Lake Powell Fish Report – March 8, 2017 Lake Elevation: 3594 Water Temperature: 49-54 F     Walleye and Largemouth Fishing Begins Springtime for Lake Powell fish effectively arrives today.  Air temperature at Lake Powell will climb into the 60s today and soar Read More +

Lake Powell Fishing Report 1-20-2016

Lake Powell Elevation: 3598.11 Winter trolling and jigging in 25′ water in Lone rock and Navajo Canyon all close to town and marinas is producing the same.  For Winter Stripers troll your shad deep divers 15′ or jig a white Yamamoto plastic on 1/8 to 1/4 ounce pighead and the best bite window will be around 1-2 p.m. as the sun angle warms the surface a degree or two. Book your Spring fishing today and get in on some great fishing coming up. Tight lines, Read More +

Lake Powell Fishing Report 11-21-15

Lake Powell Elevation: 3605.98 Water Temp: 60 degrees Dear Anglers,   Went out yesterday with my neighbor to hunt for crappie but to no avail.  We turned our hunt for smallmouth in Gunsite Canyon and found our fish at 40′ off the points.  Are last approach where we hunted for suspended stripers along the channel edge where you graph the contour of the drop off to 40-100′.  Stripers hit the Deep Dive shad raps on a 5mps fast troll.  We landed 6 fish all between Read More +

Lake Powell Fishing Report & Specials 10-25-15

Lake Powell Elevation: 3606.46 Dear Anglers, Huge schools of bait fish have migrated to the backs of canyons with stripers and other fish staging at the entrance.  Trolling and jigging is the norm on stripers and tubes for the small and large mouth bass in 20 to 30 ft of water. Fish can be finicky one day and then binging the next on your offering due to the enormous bait fish population. Winter fishing will be better this year also so you can beat the Read More +

Lake Powell April Fishing Tip April 4, 2015

Dear Anglers, My tip for fly fishing (#flyfishing) stripers in back of canyons at Lake Powell.  I like a fast 7-8 wt. rod wit a fast sink 15′ sink tip, 4′ leader and 15 lb. tippet and 3″ crawfish flies with chartreuse and white clauser flies.  If the stripers are feeding, you want a fast retrieval and a tarpon set (scissor set) and watch that rod tip when your landing so not to high stick the rod tip. Tight lines, Capt. Bill    

Important Info for Lake Powell 2014

New information for you. ———- Forwarded message ———- From: “Brindle, Todd” <todd_brindle@nps.gov> Date: Apr 24, 2014 7:21 AM Subject: Quagga mussel update To: “NPS GLCA All Employees” <glca_all_employees@nps.gov> Cc: Now that quagga mussels have been detected in Lake Powell, we are developing an Extended Response Strategy that will shift our focus from keeping mussels out (prevention) to trying to keep mussels from leaving the lake (containment) and infesting other bodies of water. This strategy is supported by the Western states. We hope to implement this Read More +

Lake Powell Winter Fishing 2013

Western water strategy for fresh water stripers conditions with water at 55 degrees and Fly Rod used 7 to 8 weight with a your line 20 feet with a sink tip.  use a fluorocarbon leader 6 feet with a 17 pound 2x tippet.  Your presentation for fly fishing for stripers, always fishing down wind from the drift.  Always drift toward your target area and silence is golden when fly fishing for stripers.  Use a fast full strip and scissor set the fly with 3 inch Read More +

Bill’s Corner 8-05-12

Fish early with heat for top water action in Southern Point of Lake for “boils”.  Then graph for baite and jigging.  Stripers are boiling big this time of the year. Check out our past gallery http://www.ambassadorguides.com/gallery/photo-gallery/ Capt. Bill