Fishing Report – March 24, 2010

Wayne Gustavson (Waynes Words) Fishing Report Richard Laycock, Cheyenne, WY March 24, 2010 Lake Elevation: 3619 Water Temp:    49-54 F Lake level has been stable for two weeks. Water temperature has risen briefly but wind today puts it right back at 51 degrees this morning. With these important variables unchanged there is no reason for fish behavior to change. That means successful fishing methods during the past two weeks will continue to work until a significant change occurs. Here is what to expect. Larger Read More +

Fishing Report March 17, 2010

  By: Wayne Gustaveson                         March 17, 2010 Lake Elevation: 3619                           Water Temperature 49-53 F     My fishing season started yesterday. The cold blustery weather the past two weeks has kept me close to the fireplace but that has all changed now.  Fair skies and warmer temperatures arrived so it was time to go fishing.  Stripers did not disappoint.  It looks like my high expectations for 2010 are now even higher.  We found another year class of fish to add to the mix.   Here Read More +

Fishing Report: March 10, 2010

By: Wayne Gustaveson Lake Elevation: 3619   |   Water Temperature: 49-51 F My optimism about great expectations for fishing success in 2010 was given a boost by the catch of a big striper on March 2nd.  Dale Barsness from Duck Creek UT was casting for stripers in Navajo Canyon using a deep diving Norman DD22 lure in 20 feet of murky water.  Dale and friend Bart found a school of willing 4-pound stripers and proceeded to catch fish quickly for an hour while the school was Read More +

Lake Powell Fishing Forecast for 2010

Fish are grinning at Lake Powell.  All of the little necessities for successful fish life are perfect. Photo Caption:  Raquel Dibble, Perry UT, is thrilled to hook another striper out of striper boils last summer.  The excitement of fishing at Lake Powell will begin in March and continue through November. Fishing in 2010 will be just about as good as it can get. Come join us. There is enough snow in the mountains to make the lake level rise just a little bit above the Read More +