Lake Powell Elevation: 3633.61 Water Temp: 72 degrees Ron Lenhart, Bass Angler of the Year 1995 – see video Stripers continue to feed on channel points mid Lake Powell to the Dam. Smallmouth are being caught in depths of 20-25′ range on points and rock piles. Walleye can be caught trolling 15-30′ on the tree lines and shore lines. Fishing is excellent right now! Capt. Bill To schedule a trip of your own or just ask questions, contact us using either our contact form or Read More +
This is Jerry from Cortez, Colorado with his 8.5 lb striper which gave us a solid 6 minute battle on 6 lb test line. This is 1 of 3 big fish that my customers and I have caught this week. Smallmouth were doing excellent in the early part of the day, we moved on to stripers in the afternoon. We were 40 miles up the lake. Check out the video The fishing on Lake Powell right now is excellent, a great time to be here! Read More +
Lake Powell Elevation – 3609.99 Water Temp 55 degrees Today was a 100 fish day with 4 anglers from Utah. They are Striped Bass Fisherman and have fished me numerous times. Most of the stripers are feeding on anchovie bait. The main channel at the South end of Lake Powell from the Dam to Padre Bay producing quality fish. Average size caught 2-3 lbs. Good eating for sure. Lake Powell fishing couldn’t be better. Visit our Facebook Page (Lakepowellfishing) for some videos from today’s catch. Read More +
March 23, 2011 Lake Powell Elevation: 3611.77 Bait fishing looks like it will be excellent right through May. Smallmouth should start picking up in two weeks. As the weather warms up so will the fishing.
Lake Powell Elevation: 3612.56 Bait fishing is doing well at Lake Powell mainly trolling. Crainkbaits doing well around shorelines for largemouth. Stripers using whiteheaded marabou jigs for jigging stripers and trolling countdown rapalas for stripers and anchovies for bait fishing. We should be able to see it improve weekly as the water warms up with Spring here. Some reports of Wahweap doing well and other Canyons.
Our Friend Chris Parish with a nice 7lb Striper caught in Navajo Canyon ~Thanks Chris for the Photo~ Stripers are starting to take deep diving 15/25′ rapalas in Shad colors. Troll in the back of Last chance and Warm Creek and Lone Rock in the 25-80 depth range.
Lake Powell Elevation: 3615.74 Due to the cycling of shad this year, Stripers will be hungry. Spring Bait Fishing for stripers will be fantastic. Artificials for walleye, bass an smallmouth will be great as well. Use your pre- fish patterns as they will work extremely well this year. Run off from Winter is predicted to raise another 30-50′. Should be a fantastic season Captain Bill
This past week with my guests was the best Lake Powell has to offer. My guests for 3 days fished a total of 12 hours and caught 95 fish. They caught the 16lb that is featured on Waynes Words and their average catch was between 2-7 lbs. For all you bait fishermen from now till it cools down is the time to get to Lake Powell and get your catch for the Winter Dinners. I sent home a huge cooler of fish for my guests. Read More +
Bob & Don Tucson 9-13-10 ~ 16 lB Striper Guest caught this 16 lb and a 7 lb on anchovies today. Their 4 hr take was 25 fish all robust Healthy Stripers. Bait fishing will be “the best” you can expect this Fall. I am currently seeing average 2-7 lb fish but then we are seeing some of the “big daddy’s”. I expect this to keep up. If you want fish for the Winter ~ You need to get up and get some fishing Read More +
Bill & Judy The 3 of us certainly enjoyed our time on Lake Powell with Bill it was a special experience for us Definitely the most fish Tommy and I have ever caught. Just as importantly, it was definitely the most fun the 3 of us have had together in a long time. Enjoy the photos Regards Tom, Lee Ann and Tommy Capt. Bill