Tag Archives: Striped Bass
Due to low water at Lake Powell Motorized valet services are only available for Lake Powell Resort GUESTS only. There will be NO VALET services for Handicap or Wheelchair access to our boat at our slip currently unless you are staying at Lake Powell Resorts You will need to board at the Legacy State Line Ramp “which has no valet services” This is the Policy of Lake Powell Resorts and Marina for 2022.
There is an adage in the world of fishing; “Fish where the fish are.” Finding big fish in Lake Powell, Arizona, with more than 27 million acre-feet of water to explore, is a big challenge even for an experienced angler.
Lake Powell Elevation : 3608.45 Water Temp: 67 degrees Small mouth stripers and few good walley these last few weeks are very hungary. The quality stripers are out there and move around so it’s a hunt to various locations hunting those fish (too many fish in the striper pool). Ambassador will not not keep poor underweight fish just the good ones for the best “table fare” for those who want to keep. I have been fly fishing, spin fishing and trolling and some bait!. It’s Read More +
Bass fishing is getting much better with warming weather. Daniel and Matthew Bishop went fishing with grandpa Dan Bishop form Page AZ. Daniel caught this 3- pound largemouth in Navajo Canyon and has bragging rights over his brother and grandpa. Lake Powell Fish Report – March 8, 2017 Lake Elevation: 3594 Water Temperature: 49-54 F Walleye and Largemouth Fishing Begins Springtime for Lake Powell fish effectively arrives today. Air temperature at Lake Powell will climb into the 60s today and soar Read More +
Some of my recent trips and successful “striper catching”. Capt. Bill Mitch B. our frequent angler from Arizona June 2015 Our Cortez family returns this year for another successful trip June 2015 Glen & Wife June 20, 2015 June 20, 2015 Caught 24 take home 10 Matt lands a nice one – June 2015 Our frequent Angler Paul B. from Surprise, AZ June 2015
October 29, 2014 Lake Elevation: 3605 Water Temperature 65-69 F By: Wayne GustavesonStriped bass annual migration is now almost complete. Fish movement begins in the spring as stripers react to warming water by leaving the backs of the canyons and heading toward the main channel to spawn. Then in summer they pursue forage in open water wherever they can find it whether on the surface or at great depths. As temperature declines in fall stripers move toward the backs of canyons where they will spend Read More +
Fly Fishing 10/8/14 with Richard Hargis from Utah The days scenario fishing Powell is a 50/50 possibility for Stripers. If you hit the schools on top then two people can bag 10 to 20 fish in and hour fishing conventional. Fly fisherman can cut that equation in half. The fish are fat and strong with 1 1/2 inch fillets for the table. The rest of the day would be looking for small mouth unless where presented with another boil of course the hopefully Read More +
Photo: Striped bass caught now are as healthy as they have ever been due to a bumper crop of shad. Stripers are selecting threadfin shad in the main channel and saving gizzard shad next to shore until later in the year. Fishing is challenging in these high forage conditions but very rewarding when catching these beautiful prime young fish. Lake Powell Fishing Report October 8, 2014 Lake Elevation: 3606 Water Temperature 72-74 F By: Wayne Gustaveson October is hunting season. It’s time to put on Read More +
Caption: Raquel Dibble, Perry UT, displays some very healthy stripers caught this week from boils. Cooler temperatures allow stripers to come to the surface to feed on shad that have been hiding in the warm surface waters. Boil fishing should be good through October. Lake Powell Fishing Report September 30, 2014 Lake Elevation: 3605 Water Temperature 73-77 F Just blew the hot water lid off of Lake Powell. The long hot summer kept the surface temperature above 80 degrees until the rainy cold front arrived Read More +
It’s that time of year already. Looking for the special gift for your special angler for Christmas. Give them a Gift Certificate for fishing Lake Powell. You can purchase the G/C and give it to them and let them pick their dates. All Gift Certificates are good for 1 year from purchase date. Give them a Memory that will last a lifetime fishing Lake Powell. From 9-19-14 through 12-15-14 receive $25.00 off any G/C purchased. Our way of thanking of our Customers. Notes Read More +