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Spring Run off at Lake Powell 2019

The Colorado, Wyoming and Utah snow pack will make Lake Powell boating & fishing trip longer until the run off is complete around the 2nd or 3rd week of June. Castle Rock Cut will be closed until then with no water.   Until runoff is completed, access to certain area are limited and your guide will discuss what options he recommends for your fishing charter.  Be prepared to venture through the main channel to get to key areas until then. Capt. Bill

Lake Powell Fishing Report by Wayne Gustaveson 4-30-14

Photo: Vikki Berrera, Phoenix AZ, displays a nice walleye caught near Moki Canyon in April.  Walleye fishing will get even better in May  Tip the plastic jig with a live worm to target walleye Lake Elevation: 3577 Water Temperature 56-60 F Great News!  The cold wind that has been blowing non-stop is going to soon be gone. Lake temperature has dropped back down to 56 degrees in the mornings but it rises to 60 by evening. That has slowed bass and crappie spawning.  Looks like Read More +

Lake Powell Fishing Report 1-29-14

Lake Powell Elevation: 3579.27 Great News for Lake Powell Anglers and Boaters.  Please see the link below to catch the latest news on “the Castle Rock cut”. Weather has been unseasonably warm.  We are predicted to be 67 on Thursday 1/30/14. Lower water this year will congregate the fish into tighter holding patterns and where excited about some of the newer opportunities that will open up for fly-fishing from rocks and shoreline up lake. We know our spin and trolling wand bait fishing will be Read More +