Tag Archives: Fall Fishing Lake Powell

Lake Powell Fishing 10-1-16 by Capt. Bill

Ken fishing 9-26-16 Yesterday was  a bit wet but still caught fish Stripers are coming off the bait and on to artificial but we still have a few good holding schools around mile 40. Some big boils reported in Kane Wash but the schools move fast to other canyons Water temps in the morning are 70 degrees up to 74 midday. We are waiting for a full week in the 60 degree range to hopefully kick off the fly and top water action that is Read More +

Lake Powell Fishing Report by Wayne Gustaveson 9-8-15

Caption:  Fall striper fishing is excellent in Lake Powell. Travis Sanders helped daughter Aubrey catch her first big striper and now thinks she is hooked for life. Lake Powell Fish Report – September 8, 2015 Lake Elevation: 3608 Water Temperature 78-81 F By: Wayne Gustaveson   Stripers are changing habits again with long absent boils occurring in the southern lake. For the past week early morning and late evening boils are blowing up in the main channel from Antelope Point Marina to Padre Bay.  Morning boils Read More +

Lake Powell Fishing Report 9-11-12 by Wayne Gustavson (Wayne’s Words)

Denny Fly Fishing with Ambassador Guides 9-10-12  The Dahlman Group 9-07-12 Fishing with Ambassador Guides Paul & Mitch at the Cleaning Station Fishing with Ambassador 9-08-12 Lake Powell Fish Report – September 11, 2012 Lake Elevation: 3622 Water Temperature 77-80 F By: Wayne Gustaveson http://www.wayneswords.com Good fishing success we have enjoyed for a while continues and is perhaps even better than last week. The main factor is falling lake level. Shad have been hiding in the brush line surrounding the lake all summer long. Now Read More +

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 +