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Lake Powell Fishing Report & Specials 10-25-15

Lake Powell Elevation: 3606.46 Dear Anglers, Huge schools of bait fish have migrated to the backs of canyons with stripers and other fish staging at the entrance.  Trolling and jigging is the norm on stripers and tubes for the small and large mouth bass in 20 to 30 ft of water. Fish can be finicky one day and then binging the next on your offering due to the enormous bait fish population. Winter fishing will be better this year also so you can beat the Read More +

Lake Powell Fishing Report by Wayne’s Words 5-28-13

Photo Caption: Kaleena Jones from San Tan Valley, AZ had a great family vacation to Padre Bay on Lake Powell. She enjoyed great fishing for many species but caught some really nice largemouth bass in the process. Fishing is still excellent for striped bass and walleye at Lake Powell   Lake Powell Fish Report – May 28, 2013 Lake Elevation: 3598 Water Temperature 67-72 F By: Wayne Gustaveson Lake Powell came up another foot in the last week and surface water temperature rose to 67 Read More +

Lake Powell Fishing Report July 4, 2012

Lake Powell Elevation:   3633.30 Water Temp – 74 degrees  in the early a.m. by 80 degrees  by noon Monsoons:  A chance of storms will be in and out starting today.  Typically your storms will not produce till the afternoon.  If you are houseboating on Lake Powell,   have your anchors set 3.5 feet down and wide enough to let the boat shift a bit.  A good set anchor will keep you from having issues during any wind with the storms. The Sorros Family June 27, 2012 Visiting Read More +

Bill’s Corner 4-05-12

  STRIPER FISHING   In the Spring freshwater Stripers will start staging the holding pattern mostly by school size. If your catching 1 to 2 pound class fish in the backs of canyons either fish  deeper or move out the channel then find the cover and try for larger fish. After the larger fish are caught be prepared for the smaller ones to show up again. Captain Bill