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Lake Powell Fishing Report 4-14-13

  Fishing remains good this past weekend. Bigger stripers are on the feed and you can graph schools of bait fish close by when stripers are fat.  5-6 lb fish are the norm and fly fishing over chum is promising in the Main Channel on Lake Powell holding fish on points and shelves bordering deep water 300-400 ft. plus. Key to getting the bigger fish is to keep one line down below the feeding fish school for that possible “big strike for a 10lb plus”.    Wind will be Read More +

Lake Powell Fishing 4-12-13

Fishing is excellent right especially Fly Fishing.  We are catching a lot of stripers with chartreuse clausers and Bill’s Secret “Fly”….stripers are an ample size.  Fishing anchovies is working extremely good now.  I typically fish away from other customers to get you on to bigger and fatter fish and away from the crowds. Come see us!   Capt. Bill  

Lake Powell Fishing 3-27-13 by Wayne Gustavson

Lake Powell Fish Report – March 27, 2013 Lake Elevation: 3599 Water Temperature 51-55 F By: Wayne Gustaveson Photo: Brian Myers, Colorado angler, caught some good largemouth bass in the northern lake on slow rolling spinner baits.  Stripers are going crazy for bait at Glen Canyon Dam while other species are being steadily caught in 20 feet of water in the northern lake.   Striped bass near Wahweap and Antelope Marinas have made the move from the back of  canyons, where they spent the last Read More +

Lake Powell Fishing Report 8-28-12

My Catch – 7 of the 15 and nothing under 5 lbs. The Juvenile stripers on top at Lake Powell.  Early morning and evenings .  The 5+ pounders are below 20-40′ and the bigger ones yet somewhere in the mix of the bigger fish.  Each day brings a different approach to things especially with water temps, cloud cover, wind and sun as everything effects the feeding pattern.  There has to be food for these elements to work where the anglers and fish become one.  For the latest video Read More +