Tag Archives: Fishing

Why use a Fishing Guide?

There is an adage in the world of fishing; “Fish where the fish are.” Finding big fish in Lake Powell, Arizona, with more than 27 million acre-feet of water to explore, is a big challenge even for an experienced angler.

Lake Powell Fishing News October 2018

Beginning 2019 our Lake Powell Fishing Rates will be increasing for full and half day rates along with additional anglers rates increasing.  We are offering our anglers our 2018 rates now to be purchased in full.  In 2019 you will call to book your fishing trip anytime available which is good through December 31, 2019.   This offer begins  October 11,2018 through December 31, 2018.  Beginning January 1, 2019 our new rates will take effect. This can be purchased also for a Gift Certificate for your Read More +

Lake Powell Fish Report – June 28, 2016

Lake Powell Tagged Walleye contest begins July 1st. Catch a tagged walleye and win prizes. Lake Elevation: 3619 Water Temperature: 79F – 83F By: Wayne Gustaveson http://www.wayneswords.com Lake Powell came up another 3 feet since the last report. All fish seem to like the rising water but changing conditions are making fishing better at some locations and not as good at others. Here is the most recent fishing schedule for midlake Bullfrog / Halls and upstream: From first light until the sun hits the water Read More +

Lake Powell Fishing Specials 2015

~Just In~ Some Great Specials Winter Special Spin Only *Book before January 1, 2016 for 1 full day and get a $25.00 discount 1-2 Anglers Only.  *Book a 2 day trip and get a $50.00 discount and book for Spring or Fall 2016 Anglers    1-2 anglers only. Fall or Winter on the Fly Rod *Book a full day for stripers on the Fly and get a 50% discount on a second day 1/2 day charter  $187.50 savings! Must mention specials to receive discount   Read More +

Lake Powell Fishing December 2012

Lake Powell winter Florida Style Fishing for “hefty” Stripers Bait fishing is done.  Fly, spin and trolling is now the ticket.  Fly Fishing the tree line is best and boat placement wind and light is very important.  Fly Rods recommend:  7-8 wt. medium fast action- 20′ medium sink line or full clear fluorocarbon 6′ leaders 20lb test (1x) 3″ chartreuse clausers. Spin:  6.5-7′ medium action spin/bait cast – 15 lb. fluorocarbon or fluocarbon leader attached.  Reaction baits that will dive 10′ (chartreuse & white) and Read More +