Category Archives: Lake Powell Info

Lake Powell Fishing Report November 9, 2019 by Capt. Bill

Lake Powell Elevation:  3612.53 Water Temperature: 57 in the morning with a high of 62 in the afternoon Bait fishing will remain slow till Spring and Lake Powell is now a “challenge” for us all!.  We currently are having our best opportunities “fly fishing” streamers on the fast sinking lines  (15′ minimum tips) in the deeper waters and a medium slow sink rate is best for shallows.   Like redfish, the wind and sky dictate the opportunity and its the hunt that keeps the thrill going Read More +

Lake Powell Fishing October 20, 2019 by Capt. Bill

Current fishing conditions are a 50/50 toss up on stripers. One day we are catching alot and the next day (zero). Small & largemouth early morning top water and trolling has produced some nice fish 1-3 lbs. The fish are the bonus as this is the best time to see and experience the quest and the grandeur of Lake Powell. A majestic Lake. A few pics from my trip Wednesday!   Tight Lines, Capt. Bill

Lake Powell Gift Certificates 2020

Let us design your Gift Certificate for your special angler for your  Purchase a Gift Certificate now    Your purchase is good for 1 year from purchase date.  (Buy now – book later). You can buy 1/2 days, full days or our Lake Powell Experience that takes you deep into the interior of Lake Powell (fishing and great scenery). Give them a memory that will last a lifetime “Fishing Lake Powell”.  Current Rate and Fishing Packages: https://www.ambassadorguides.com/our-rates/ To take advantage please call 928.606.5829 or email info@ambassadorguides.com Read More +

Spring Run off at Lake Powell 2019

The Colorado, Wyoming and Utah snow pack will make Lake Powell boating & fishing trip longer until the run off is complete around the 2nd or 3rd week of June. Castle Rock Cut will be closed until then with no water.   Until runoff is completed, access to certain area are limited and your guide will discuss what options he recommends for your fishing charter.  Be prepared to venture through the main channel to get to key areas until then. Capt. Bill

Lake Powell Fishing Gift Certificates available for 2019

Purchase a Gift Certificate for your “special angler” at 2018 rates as 2019 we will be going up! Give them a Memory that will last a lifetime ~ Fishing Lake Powell~ It will be the best present they open under the tree. Design your trip and we will send it to you via email and you can wrap it and put it under the tree. Ask us about our new trip on Lake Powell for 2019. Call 928-606-5829 or email findadventure@lakepowellfishing.net.

Change in Entrance Fees for Lake Powell and National Parks April 12, 2018

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 12, 2018 Contact: Mary Plumb, 928-608-6202 (Office); 786-385-0076 (Mobile) Glen Canyon National Recreation Area Changes Entrance Fee to Address Infrastructure Needs & Improve Visitor Experience GLEN CANYON NATIONAL RECREATION AREA, Arizona/Utah – The National Park Service (NPS) announced today that Glen Canyon National Recreation Area will modify its entrance fees to provide additional funding for infrastructure and maintenance needs to enhance the visitor experience. Effective June 1, 2018, the entrance fees to the park will be $30 per vehicle or $25 Read More +

Lake Powell Fishing by Wayne Gustaveson March 4, 2016 & Glen Canyon Water Levels

Lake Powell Fish Report – March 4, 2016 Lake Elevation: 3594 Water Temperature: 51-55 F By: Wayne Gustaveson March is coming in like a kitten, at least until the weekend when the temperature drops and a winter storm snows and blows. The Lake can certainly use more the moisture.  Fishing in the spring is always better during warming periods.  Here is what to expect when the next storm blows out and weather warms once more. Largemouth bass warm up and get a lot friendlier when Read More +

Lake Powell Fishing Spring Forecast 2016 from Wayne Gustaveson

Lake Powell Spring Forecast 2016 Lake Powell sportfish were warm and happy when tucked in for the winter in 2015.  Shad production has been at peak levels for the past two summer seasons.  Gizzard shad dependably produce a consistent number of offspring, but in 2014 – 2015, threadfin shad, were produced in record numbers. Stripers, bass and walleye absolutely “love” threadfin shad.  The shad boom came at just the right time for an aging striper population comprised of old stripers that were worn out from Read More +