Lake Powell Fishing April 20, 2019

So !   Bait fishBait fishing is excellent right now and Florida style Fly Fishing for stripers “chumming them up from the deep” is also great right now.   Low water now mean I have 1 hour each way to go to fish Navajo Canyon so fish cleaning is up to the customer on 1/2 day trips. Full day trip there is more time in the 8 hour window to prepare your catch.   When bringing your boat, be sure to let your guide know Read More +

Spring Fishing Lake Powell 2019

Fishing Thoughts~Spring Lake Powell by Capt. Bill Every beginning starts about the same at Lake Powell but there are variables. This year we have a huge carry over of 2 dominate bait fish being thread fin and gizzard shad. The north end will produce more threadfin and the south more gizzard and some threadfin. How do you like to catch them? If fly fishing May & June in the back of canyons I recommend in the the south half and sometimes in early July for Read More +

Lake Powell Spring Fishing Report March 28, 2019

It’s looking like the striper bait bite will be better than last year as schools are setting up early in the main channel.  Some schools will be a better quality than other schools as far as size, fight and edibility goes.  For me, I prefer to troll when looking for a quality stripers.  Having allot of anglers on Lake Powell early helps to thin out the skinny ones too end by June.  This means bigger and fatter fish in deeper water are the target on Read More +

Who is Captain Bill?

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 +

Why Visit Lake Powell

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 +

Lake Powell Fishing

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.

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 Updates for Boat Owners 2019 from Ambassador Guides & Outfitters

  FROM BOAT U.S. MAGAZINE URGENT Our current administration has moved to allow E15 Ethanol gasoline sales year round.  This puts 140 plus million boaters at risk because E15 is prohibited for use in recreational boats. Using E15 voids all warranties!  Advice is to “tweet” and “complain” right now to your Congressmen and Congresswoman in your district right now as most boat owners refuel at roadside gas stations knowing that marine fuel costs are “EXCESSIVE”. Please visit:  www.advocacy.boatus.com. for the web link (located in “Ethanol Read More +

Lake Powell Fishing Report January 20, 2019 from Capt. Bill

Happy New Years, I ventured out on the Pond yesterday to check out some motor work and scope some fish.  Water temps are at 44 degrees and most stripers were 50-75 ft. down and tight lipped with trolling.  I didn’t try any jigging,  but plan to after the next cold front.  Castle Rock Cut channel which saves boaters 24 miles to head up lake is now dry and will not have water till June when the run off from Colorado start to break loose.  So Read More +

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.