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 Savings for 2019 Fishing

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Lake Powell Fishing Report September 30, 2019

Lake Powell Fishing Report 9-30-19 “It’s on the fringe” but for the fish that are stuffed to the gills they are pretty fussy. We are watching 1 day on boils only if they get hungry. If after boiling activity, trolling activity will produce more fat fish and I mean “fat”. Smallmouth are mixed in with the boils and are the 1-3 lb. fish. A 2lb. smallmouth will pull a 2lb. striper backwards and they are fighters as well. September Fishing is rated 50/50 depending on Read More +

Lake Powell Fishing September 15, 2019 Capt. Bill

September 2019 Lake Powell Fishing Right now as water temperatures are slowly dropping on the south end of Lake Powell. To sum it up briefly, one day we have a fair bite and the next day nothing! So what is happening? The top layer (first few feet) of water has dropped from the summer 80’s to around 74 degrees. The fish are only active at very specific times to the day as to feeding and will improve as temps decline further. My summary for October Read More +

Lake Powell Fishing August 24, 2019

Lake Powell Fishing August 24, 2019….Top water stripers abundant on upper end of the pond around Bullfrog and Hall’s Crossing. Late September should begin a better bite on the southern end (Page, AZ). Water temps 80-81 will cool as nights get longer and the fall temps are what to watch . Feel free to call us for current conditions (928.606.0933 or 928-606-5829) and tips if coming on your own to Lake Powell. We are not just here in business, but also here to HELP!. Our Read More +

Lake Powell Fishing July 20, 2019 by Capt. Bill

Summer Fishing means out early and in early = 1/2 day 4 hour charters recommended for Stripers & Bass. Fall is booking up early this year so make y our reservations when possible with this year’s higher run off 50+ feet. We are anticipating lots of bait fish and a top water (boils) bite for over lure caster and flyrodders. On our fish catching scale right now 1-10 we are at a 5 with the heat but still catching. Capt. Bill Here are some pics Read More +

Lake Powell Fishing Report June 16, 2019

    Lake Powell Elevation:  3597.55 Water Temp: 71 degree Water inflow is peaking at a foot a day and catching can be awesome one day and slow the next.  At this time, we have 2 schools that are still taking bait and one of them is 50 miles up Lake Powell so a full day charter is recommended.  The closer school is a 1/2 day charter.  Two week from now that could all change.  But we keep the reports fresh for what is working currently. Smallmouth Read More +

Lake Powell Fishing June 9, 2019

per (jail birds) are the dominate target fish in the main channel at Lake Powell. The morning bite till noon is the best for action on bait. Keep in mind that the Stripers is a Salt Water predator species that roams the lake and most anglers visiting night find an agreeable school willing to be chummed but then fall short the next day wondering where they went.   Here are few factor I have learned: 1st scout up to 1/4 mile in either direction and Read More +