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Lake Powell Fishing by Wayne Gustaveson 10-8-14

Photo:  Striped bass caught now are as healthy as they have ever been due to a bumper crop of shad.  Stripers are selecting threadfin shad in the main channel and saving gizzard shad next to shore until later in the year.  Fishing is challenging in these high forage conditions but very rewarding when catching these beautiful prime young fish. Lake Powell Fishing Report October 8, 2014 Lake Elevation: 3606 Water Temperature 72-74 F By: Wayne Gustaveson October is hunting season.  It’s time to put on Read More +

Lake Powell Fishing Report by Wayne Gastaveson 9-10-13

Lake Powell Fish Report – September 10, 2013 Lake Elevation: 3589 Water Temperature 76-79 F By: Wayne Gustaveson #Lake Powell Fishing inSeptember is the first fall fish sampling period. Utah Wildlife’s first two electrofishing sample sites revealed some interesting details. The first sample was taken in Lone Rock Canyon near the back of Wahweap Bay. The first cove on the left heading up Lone Rock Canyon contained more shad than we could scoop up in our nets. That was a surprise. It was obvious that Read More +