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Lake Powell Fishing Report January 20, 2019 from Capt. Bill

Happy New Years, I ventured out on the Pond yesterday to check out some motor work and scope some fish.  Water temps are at 44 degrees and most stripers were 50-75 ft. down and tight lipped with trolling.  I didn’t try any jigging,  but plan to after the next cold front.  Castle Rock Cut channel which saves boaters 24 miles to head up lake is now dry and will not have water till June when the run off from Colorado start to break loose.  So Read More +

Lake Powell Fishing Report by Captain Bill McBurney 6-11-16

Newsletter ttp://www.ambassadorguides.com/lake-powell-catches-2016-with-ambassador-guides-outfitters/. Laura McBurney (My Mom) celebrated her 102nd. Birthday with us last weekend and she wanted to go fishing.  This is her fish she caught.  Just remember?  You are never too old to fish. Lake Powell Elevation:  3609.23 Water Temp: 74-78 Dear Anglers, What’s new here is already old news but I will repeat it again as this business in guiding is parallel to farming as far as the weather goes.   We lost about 40% of Spring due to a long lasting winter that wouldn’t Read More +

Lake Powell Fishing Report 1-20-2016

Lake Powell Elevation: 3598.11 Winter trolling and jigging in 25′ water in Lone rock and Navajo Canyon all close to town and marinas is producing the same.  For Winter Stripers troll your shad deep divers 15′ or jig a white Yamamoto plastic on 1/8 to 1/4 ounce pighead and the best bite window will be around 1-2 p.m. as the sun angle warms the surface a degree or two. Book your Spring fishing today and get in on some great fishing coming up. Tight lines, Read More +

Lake Powell Fishing Report September 10, 2014 Wayne Gustaveson

Photo Caption: Lake Powell stripers are in prime condition. These fat stripers were caught in surface boils this week that are occurring daily from dawn until 7:30 AM and them again during the last hour of daylight.Lake Powell Fishing Report September 10, 2014 Lake Elevation: 3605 Water Temperature 75-79 F Striper fishing has settled into a predictable pattern over the length of Lake Powell. Each morning striper schools come to the surface chasing shad schools. The trigger is first light which makes shad form into 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 Report 5-15-12

Photo:  Ryan Mosley and Lowell Marthe, Dutch John UT, caught a mixed bag of species while fishing Lake Powell.  Here they hold stripers and walleye but they also caught crappie and smallmouth in abundance. It has been that kind of year at the lake and fishing continues to be excellent for all species.  In addition, striper fishing has just improved dramatically this past week.   Lake Powell Fish Report – May 15, 2012 Lake Elevation: 3636 Water Temperature 65-72 F By: Wayne Gustaveson   Forgive Read More +

Lake Powell Fishing Report for May 1st, 2012

  Photo Caption: Ray Young, retired fishing guide from Page AZ,  caught a 15.4 pound striped bass in Navajo Canyon using a whole anchovy on a slow trolling rig about 2 hours after dark. Stripers are nearing the spawn which makes them active at night and dormant during the day. Trophy fish are more likely to be caught at night during May. Lake Powell Fish Report – May 1, 2012 Lake Elevation: 3635 Water Temperature 64-66 F By: Wayne Gustaveson On Hold!   Lake Powell Read More +

Lake Powell Fishing Report April 18, 2012 – Wayne Gustavson

Photo Caption: Autumn and dad Dave McQuitty caught a 5-lb Striper trolling with a deep diving white bomber near mud line at Hite. Stripers are fat and healthy but the big news is about large and smallmouth bass moving into the shallows to spawn.   Lake Powell Fish Report – April 18, 2012 Lake Elevation: 3635 Water Temperature 55-65 F By: Wayne Gustaveson Bass Return to Beds It is the third week of April and true to form bass are returning to the shallows to Read More +

Lake Powell Fishing 3-30-12

Lake Powell Elevation: 3635.29 Water temps vary from areas on Lake from 54-60 degrees throughout the day. Largemouth have moved into the shallows to spawn in stained water. Smallmouth have moved to clear water close to the back of canyons.  Schoolie stripers are still on the submerged tree lines in the back of canyons.  Crappie are beginning to nest in the backs of canyons.  Smallmouth, largemouth, stripers and crappie were all caught yesterday on our Charter.