Tag Archives: Arizona Fishing

Lake Powell Spring Fishing April 2020

Dear Anglers, We are close to spawn time on the big pond which has the fishing moving toward their nesting and free spawn positions.  Smallies are not real aggressive in the zone yet so fish in that 15029 ft. window.  Look for optimum water temps of 60+ in the coming days.   Stripers are all over the place but not holding position as they still have bait fish to hunt.  It should be fair this year for the bait fisherman and there is some fish moving Read More +

Lake Powell Fishing April 10, 2017 by Capt. Bill McBurney

Lake Powell Elevation:  3597 Water Temperature: 55 degrees Spring Fishing 2017 Stripers jail birds bite has begun and by mid week coming the bass will be on more next and smallies moving to shore structure by weeked (unless another cold front?).  Water has come up 8 feet in the the last 10 days and the Castle Rock Cut is 15′ deep. Lots of tourist traffic expected this season so make your RV or room reservations if wanting to come fish as soon as you can Read More +

Lake Powell Fishing Report from Wayne’s Words March 8, 2017

  Bass fishing is getting much better with warming weather.  Daniel and Matthew Bishop went fishing with grandpa Dan Bishop form Page  AZ.  Daniel caught this 3- pound largemouth in Navajo Canyon and has bragging rights over his brother and grandpa.   Lake Powell Fish Report – March 8, 2017 Lake Elevation: 3594 Water Temperature: 49-54 F     Walleye and Largemouth Fishing Begins Springtime for Lake Powell fish effectively arrives today.  Air temperature at Lake Powell will climb into the 60s today and soar Read More +

Winter Fishing Lake Powell with Capt. Bill 11-23-14

  SUMMER 2014 Winter 2014 Fly Rod Fishing Lake Powell Winter fly fishing can be rewarding on Powell but it takes work and perseverance with the patience of finicky trout in shallow water. There is no chumming in the winter and the different water levels of each season make for an interesting hunt to land a striper on a fly. I look forward to the challenge every year for myself as winter provides few clients but the few who do give it a go have a Read More +

Lake Powell Fishing Report by Wayne Gustavenson 10-29-14

October 29, 2014 Lake Elevation: 3605 Water Temperature 65-69 F By: Wayne GustavesonStriped bass annual migration is now almost complete. Fish movement begins in the spring as stripers react to warming water by leaving the backs of the canyons and heading toward the main channel to spawn. Then in summer they pursue forage in open water wherever they can find it whether on the surface or at great depths. As temperature declines in fall stripers move toward the backs of canyons where they will spend Read More +

Lake Powell Fishing Report 1-1-14

Lake Powell Elevation:  3584.24 Was able to get out New Years Day and had a great day. Schoolie Stripers can be had on fly and conventional angling with out the storm fronts every week. If high pressure ridges continue to be the norm the bite just gets better. The schoolie size Striper 12 oz to 2 lb in size are feisty strikers and fighters on the Fly Rod and light tackle and the are the very best in table fare. Normally we typically do not book Read More +

Lake Powell Fishing Report by Wayne Gustavson 9-4-13

Photo caption:  Cal Evans from Salt Lake City UT, sent a picture of his grandson’s first striped bass caught on a Kastmaster spoon, jigged on the bottom at 35 feet near Cedar Canyon. Spoon fishing is currently the best presentation for striped bass in the lake north of Bullfrog bay     Lake Elevation: 3589 Water Temperature 77-80 F By: Wayne Gustaveson September may be the best fishing month of the year when all factors are considered.  Water and air temperatures are still warm during Read More +

Lake Powell Fishing Report by Wayne Gustavson 4-24-13

Lake Elevation: 3597 Water Temperature 53-60 F It’s a typical year as bass move on nest sites as the water warms and then pull off as water cools. If the home cove is protected from wind it stays warm and bass spawn.  If strong wind cools water then spawning is delayed until the next calm period. The big selling point for coming sooner rather than later to fish for spawning bass is lake level. The lake is stabilizing, ready to start filling. Sight fishing is Read More +

Lake Powell Fishing 4-20-13

  Chuck from Sheridan, WY Fishing remains fantastic.  I am fishing further up Lake as there are no crowds and the fish are in really good shape.  Bait fishing excellent and fly fishing equally excellent.   I am confident the fishing will only increase and be really strong all Summer.  Check out our rates 1-4 Angler $550.00 = $137.50 each or 1/2 day $375 1-4 anglers 93.75 each.  Stay at the Days in and get a 15% discount if you are fishing with Ambassador Guides. Got Read More +

Lake Powell Fishing 3-27-13 by Wayne Gustavson

Lake Powell Fish Report – March 27, 2013 Lake Elevation: 3599 Water Temperature 51-55 F By: Wayne Gustaveson Photo: Brian Myers, Colorado angler, caught some good largemouth bass in the northern lake on slow rolling spinner baits.  Stripers are going crazy for bait at Glen Canyon Dam while other species are being steadily caught in 20 feet of water in the northern lake.   Striped bass near Wahweap and Antelope Marinas have made the move from the back of  canyons, where they spent the last Read More +