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Lake Powell Fishing Spring Forecast 2016 from Wayne Gustaveson

Lake Powell Spring Forecast 2016 Lake Powell sportfish were warm and happy when tucked in for the winter in 2015.  Shad production has been at peak levels for the past two summer seasons.  Gizzard shad dependably produce a consistent number of offspring, but in 2014 – 2015, threadfin shad, were produced in record numbers. Stripers, bass and walleye absolutely “love” threadfin shad.  The shad boom came at just the right time for an aging striper population comprised of old stripers that were worn out from Read More +

Lake Powell Fishing Report by Wayne Gustaveson 9-30-15

  A nice catch and great fishing day Sept. 26, 2015 fishing with Capt. Bill and Ambassador Guides & Outfitters, Inc. Fishing Report by Capt. Bill – early starts are best and full day if possible and get out to the cooler waters.  Water temps should start to cool down and we should be in for some awesome fishing.  Today we fished early and had a great catch – lots of fish and good sizes.    Photo caption:  Matt Redfield found great striper fishing after Read More +

Lake Powell Fishing Report by Wayne Gustaveson April 22, 2015

    Wayne Gustaveson displays a fat striped bass and a walleye. Both fish were caught at noon while trolling and casting in 20 feet of water. Expect fishing success for all species to improve as the water temperature climbs consistently into the 60 degree range during May. Lake Powell Fish Report – April 22, 2015 2015 Lake Elevation: 3590.5 Water Temperature 59 – 65F Weather in the southwest continues to be mild. At Lake Powell nights are cool and days warm enough to make Read More +