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Lake Powell Fish Report – May 26, 2015 Lake Elevation: 3595 Water Temperature 63 – 70 F Lake Powell is rising. The weather forecast is for rapid warming. Fish behavior is changing as a result of the changing conditions. Here is how to keep up with the new reality in the fish world at Lake Powell. Runoff is now busting downstream allowing the lake water level to increase each day. All that water makes the upper lake muddy, reduces visibility, and points anglers downstream Read More +
Great Stocking Stuffer for your favorite Angler 20% off Any Trip for 2014 Full Day Charters Only Savings $110 on 1-4 Anglers Must be paid in full at time of booking, Good for 1 year from Purchase Date Buy Now Book Later Mention Holiday Discount when booking Special through 12/31/13 Call 928.606.5829 email email@example.com Lake Powell Elevation: 3578.5 Water Temp: Avg: 50 degrees The weekend weather patterns keep the feeding times for fishing “catching” at a minimum currently. Try to find the warmest bay or Read More +
If a picture says 1000 words….the following will definitely give you the “scoop” of what is happening at Lake Powell. Fishing remains at it’s tops in years both conventional and fly fishing. It will remain that way indefinitely this summer. My customers are having 15-20 fish catches on half day and 30-40- fish on a full day charter individually. Bass are on the beds and water temperatures are running 62 degrees. Customers have asked about Walleye, their occasional at best this year but can Read More +
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.