Tag Archives: Navajo Canyon

Lake Powell Fishing Report by Wayne Gustaveson 9-6-14

  Photo caption: Dallin Trotter, Cedar City UT, caught some nice fat stripers in early morning striper boils in the main channel near Navajo Canyon. Striper boils are getting bigger and mor…e numerous as the lake surface temperature cools. Navajo Canyon continues to be the best spot for striper boils in the southern lake. Lacking any other reports we headed back to Navajo to glean additional information for this week’s report. No surface action was seen in Wahweap or Warm Creek but as soon as 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 Guide Report 3-18-13 by Wayne Gustavson

Photo caption:  Steve Christensen, Orem UT, caught a 36-inch striper in Lake Powell’s Good Hope Bay while pre-fishing for a bass tournament.  His boating partner, TJ Hiatt, is holding the striper in this picture. The fish was not weighed but a fish of this length usually weighs from 17-20 pounds. Stripers have spilled into the main channel.  It is time for Mid March Madness, Lake Powell style. In early spring food for all Lake Powell predators is at the annual low point.  Predator fish survive Read More +

Lake Powell Fishing by Wayne’s Words 3-14-13

Lake Powell Fish Report – March 13, 2013 Lake Elevation: 3600 Water Temperature 48-57 F By: Wayne Gustaveson http://www.wayneswords.com This weekend will be the very best time to visit Lake Powell so far in 2013 due to the wonderful warm weather that has finally arrived.  It seems to have been a very long, cold winter but that is now changing.  Lake surface temperature has now climbed above 50 degrees during the day, although it still cools to the high 40s at night.   By next week Read More +