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Lake Powell Fishing Report October 11, 2020 by Capt. Bill

Some recent photos of some great anglers and my guy yesterday “flyfishing”. Smallmouth and largemouth and sunrise and dusk both top water and Yamamoto dark brown and orange grubs on 1/4 oz. Yamamoto jig heads. Stripers are plentiful but can be contrary to a daily winning catch rate on the end of the Lake Powell. There are bait schools everywhere and we are catching some early morning by trolling deep divers shad in purple backs and natural. Some mornings allot of fish hook ups and Read More +

Lake Powell Fishing Report by Wayne’s Words

Photo caption: Bill McBurney, Page AZ, was chumming anchovies in Navajo Canyon to attract a striper school when this 13 pound striped bass hit his home made artificial striper fly. That’s a big fish to catch on a fly rod.   Lake Powell Fish Report – October 17, 2012 Lake Elevation: 3620 Water Temperature 68-72 F By: Wayne Gustaveson Last week fishing success for black bass was as good as it gets in Fall.  Striped bass fishing had been negatively affected by full moon Read More +

Lake Powell May 13, 2012

  Lake Powell has produced some of the best Walleye Fishing this year I have ever seen.  All my guests have been catching and the size are 3+ lbs.  Water temps have reach 72 degrees which is now beginning to show Stripers on the top “slurping”.  This is what we have been waiting for.   Judy was as the Shad Rally and one of the “participants” caught 101 stripers on his boat.  Lots of smallmouth are still being caught.  Stripers are gaining size and weight and Read More +