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Lake Powell Fishing Report 5-24-13

Lake Powell Elevation: 3597.65 Water Temp: 67-68 Fishing patterns about to change at summer heat is finally turning the lake over and plankton saturates the lake with its green emerald hew. Stripers over 2 lbs will now suspend under the feeding schools of Schoolies size fish as the pursue had larva and hatching Shad lake wide. Early morning top water action and evening is in the mix as well and larger fish can be caught then as well along your shade lines before the sun hits Read More +

Lake Powell Fishing 4-12-13

Fishing is excellent right especially Fly Fishing.  We are catching a lot of stripers with chartreuse clausers and Bill’s Secret “Fly”….stripers are an ample size.  Fishing anchovies is working extremely good now.  I typically fish away from other customers to get you on to bigger and fatter fish and away from the crowds. Come see us!   Capt. Bill  

Lake Powell Fishing Report August 5, 2012

Lake Powell Elevation:  3967.81 Water Temps:  85 The top water action is getting better and better daily and so is the chumming of anchovies.  This is going to be the best Fall Fishing in years for fish averaging 3-8 lbs. This is due to the increase in bait buildup over the last decade and the introduction gizzard shad.   Plus the opportunity for sume lunker encounters Lake Wide.  Best Canyon for fishing I recommend Last Chance and Navajo. My last trip this past week with 5 Read More +