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September 1, 2015 - Boils are Best!

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Lake Powell Fish Report – September 1, 2015

Lake Elevation: 3609

Water Temperature 79 - 82 F

By: Wayne Gustaveson   http://www.wayneswords.com

 

The number of striper boils in the southern lake is increasing each day.  This morning boils were seen at Buoy 1, Buoy 3, Buoy 9, mouth of Navajo, Padre Bay (Padre Butte and east wall), mouth of Last Chance and mouth of Rock Creek.  I am sure there were more but after working these schools I needed a rest!

 

There are some established rules to follow.

 

superspookBoils start at 6 AM and continue until 7:30 AM. After that boils are seen randomly throughout the day with no schedule, time or place.  Evenings boils start up at 6 PM and continue until dark at the same location and with the same aggression seen in the morning.

 

Surface lures may be the best bait to start with when approaching a new boil.  You will know it is the right lure if stripers attack the lure as soon as it hits the water.  After a short time boiling fish tend to chase shad in opposite directions as the surface action widens.  When a surface lure is chased but missed a few times it may be time to change to a shallow running lure like a rattletrap or flat rap or Kastmaster.  Finally when the school goes down, drop a spoon to the bottom where they were last seen. Speed reel the lure up to catch a few more.  When they quit hitting spoons move on to find the next boil and repeat the lure sequence.  Fishing is intense from 6 – 7:30 AM.

 

unknownFinally, stripers caught this morning were stuffed with 3-inch threadfin shad.  We need some more anglers out there catching and keeping stripers so the shad population will last longer.  They are being decimated at a high rate now.

 

At midlake stripers have quit boiling but can be caught readily by graphing the 20-40 foot contour and dropping spoons to any stripers schools seen.  This technique worked great this week in the back of Bullfrog Bay.

 

In the northern lake boils continue from Good Hope Bay to Trachyte Canyon.  The morning and evening time periods are best here as well.

 

Bass are caught near shore as the striper boils go down.  Big largemouth and lots of smallmouth bass are following shad schools and become energized as stripers push shad toward shore.

 

The boils season now happening is the best boil action we have seen for a very long time.   If you like to fish topwater there is no better place than at Lake Powell in September 2015.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 01 September 2015 14:09
 

August 25, 2015 - Spoons are Best!

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Lake Powell Fish Report – August 21, 2015
Lake Elevation: 3610
Water Temperature 80-85 F
By: Wayne Gustaveson   http://www.wayneswords.com
Stripers are changing their schedule and location.  As soon as we get them figured out they do something else.  The big boils on the San Juan last week turned into little boils over the weekend.  San Juan is still a good place to go but the successful fishing technique is different.
Let me explain by sharing our experience from this morning.  Reports of boils uplake took us to Rock Creek early this morning.  We looked in the main channel between Rock Creek and Dungeon Canyon well before the sun came up. When no surfacing fish were seen on top we began a large circular path around the mouth of Rock Creek.  We soon saw tiny but numerous splashes against a canyon wall. These fish would swirl on our surface lures but not hookup.  When I finally caught one, we discovered that these fish were yearlings happily chasing shad but our full size surface lures were too big for them to consume.
The choice then was to downsize our lures to catch the little surface feeders or to fish deeper water looking for larger fish.  Jigging spoons, bucktail jigs and Kastmasters were deployed and immediately 2-4 pound stripers were being hoisted into the boat.  Catching continued for the next hour with big fish hitting our deep spoons anywhere from 20 to 60 feet deep.  We just followed the little surface feeders and fished under the surface action to catch some really nice fish in a very short time. We ended up with 36 stripers caught in one hour.
Let me explain what’s happening right now.  The water surface temperature has climbed back into the 80s with the recent hot weather.  Larger stripers cannot stay in water warmer than 80 degrees for more than a minute or two. If they exert lots of energy in the warm surface water they build up lactic acid in their muscles and cramp up, or worse, die from the exertion.   These big stripers watch the yearling stripers feed on top and follow them hoping that a wounded shad sinks or an escapee runs into deeper water.
Right now the small stripers mark the location of the larger fish.  The big fish are easy prey to a lure resembling a dying or wounded shad. The very best lure is a heavy slab spoon that sinks quickly to deep cool water where big fish are waiting. A heavy white bucktail jig or a heavy Kastmaster spoon work well also.  Find the school of big fish on the graph.   Drop the spoon to the bottom if they are deep or stop the lure at mid depth if the school is suspended. Perhaps the easiest technique is to drop the spoon to the bottom, jig it up twice and then speed reel it back to the surface. I stop the spoon and jig it once or twice before speed reeling again. Stop it at 20 foot intervals to convince the following stripers to eat the fleeing shad (spoon) as it starts to swim once more.
Spooning under surface feeding yearlings works lake wide. Spooning is the best technique now even if boils are not seen.  Graph the bottom contour looking for big striper schools. When a school is seen, mark the spot and drop spoons into the school. Best time is early morning. Second best time is evening.
New boil spots are being reported.  Buoy One, Mouth of Navajo Canyon, Rock Creek, San Juan, Escalante, Good Hope Bay and beyond are still experiencing boils.  Most of these are from small fish so look for large fish in deeper water. Over the rest of the lake, locate striper schools on the graph and then spoon to catch many fish.  This is working in Last Chance, Moki Canyon and 100 other spots.
Finally there were big stripers caught on bait down by the dam at the buoy line this morning. Fishing is picking up but the weather is changing from hot to rainy.  It will be interesting to see what changes are in store for Lake Powell fishermen in the coming week.   I will track the changes and report next week.

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Lake Powell Fish Report – August 21, 2015

Lake Elevation: 3610

Water Temperature 80-85 F

By: Wayne Gustaveson   http://www.wayneswords.com

Stripers are changing their schedule and location.  As soon as we get them figured out they do something else.  The big boils on the San Juan last week turned into little boils over the weekend.  San Juan is still a good place to go but the successful fishing technique is different.  

Let me explain by sharing our experience from this morning.  Reports of boils uplake took us to Rock Creek early this morning.  We looked in the main channel between Rock Creek and Dungeon Canyon well before the sun came up. When no surfacing fish were seen on top we began a large circular path around the mouth of Rock Creek.  We soon saw tiny but numerous splashes against a canyon wall. These fish would swirl on our surface lures but not hookup.  When I finally caught one, we discovered that these fish were yearlings happily chasing shad but our full size surface lures were too big for them to consume.   

ethanstb2The choice then was to downsize our lures to catch the little surface feeders or to fish deeper water looking for larger fish.  Jigging spoons, bucktail jigs and Kastmasters were deployed and immediately 2-4 pound stripers were being hoisted into the boat.  Catching continued for the next hour with big fish hitting our deep spoons anywhere from 20 to 60 feet deep.  We just followed the little surface feeders and fished under the surface action to catch some really nice fish in a very short time. We ended up with 36 stripers caught in one hour.

Let me explain what’s happening right now.  The water surface temperature has climbed back into the 80s with the recent hot weather.  Larger stripers cannot stay in water warmer than 80 degrees for more than a minute or two. If they exert lots of energy in the warm surface water they build up lactic acid in their muscles and cramp up, or worse, die from the exertion.   These big stripers watch the yearling stripers feed on top and follow them hoping that a wounded shad sinks or an escapee runs into deeper water.

Right now the small stripers mark the location of the larger fish.  The big fish are easy prey to a lure resembling a dying or wounded shad. The very best lure is a heavy slab spoon that sinks quickly to deep cool water where big fish are waiting. A heavy white bucktail jig or a heavy Kastmaster spoon work well also.  Find the school of big fish on the graph.   Drop the spoon to the bottom if they are deep or stop the lure at mid depth if the school is suspended. Perhaps the easiest technique is to drop the spoon to the bottom, jig it up twice and then speed reel it back to the surface. I stop the spoon and jig it once or twice before speed reeling again. Stop it at 20 foot intervals to convince the following stripers to eat the fleeing shad (spoon) as it starts to swim once more.

dallintrotterSpooning under surface feeding yearlings works lake wide. Spooning is the best technique now even if boils are not seen.  Graph the bottom contour looking for big striper schools. When a school is seen, mark the spot and drop spoons into the school. Best time is early morning. Second best time is evening. 

New boil spots are being reported.  Buoy One, Mouth of Navajo Canyon, Rock Creek, San Juan, Escalante, Good Hope Bay and beyond are still experiencing boils.  Most of these are from small fish so look for large fish in deeper water. Over the rest of the lake, locate striper schools on the graph and then spoon to catch many fish.  This is working in Last Chance, Moki Canyon and 100 other spots. 

Finally there were big stripers caught on bait down by the dam at the buoy line this morning. Fishing is picking up but the weather is changing from hot to rainy.  It will be interesting to see what changes are in store for Lake Powell fishermen in the coming week.   I will track the changes and report next week.

 

August 18, 2015 - Boils in remote locations

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Lake Powell Fish Report – August 18, 2015
Lake Elevation: 3611
Water Temperature 79-85 F
By: Wayne Gustaveson   http://www.wayneswords.com
Striper boils reported last week were visited by more happy anglers this week.  Stripers did not disappoint – if the proper rules were followed.  Stripers feed on their own schedule when in these bonus days of high shad numbers. The prime feeding time over the length of the lake was the last two hours of daylight.  Major feeding events were described by lucky anglers as “covering 20 surface acres, continuing for hours, full of big fish, and totally satisfying”.  Those that fished the big evening boils caught more big stripers than thought possible.
The best locations were Trachyte Canyon and Cha Canyon in the evening.  Other locations that were also good were the main channel from Oak Canyon to the mouth of San Juan, and Good Hope Bay from Ticaboo to the Horn and Piute Canyon to the Great Bend on the San Juan. There was a large morning boil in the main channel just upstream from the mouth of the San Juan but it did not repeat the next day.
Boils are the crown jewel of freshwater fishing but stripers could be caught during the day by trolling and much faster by graphing and spooning. Once the large schools leave the surface they are still in the same area usually hovering around the 40-foot depth range.  Hundreds of stripers swimming together at mid-depth are quite easy to find and identify on modern electronics.  Jigging spoons dropped into the large suspended schools were consistently ingested by eager stripers.
The unusual occurrence is that shad schools are more abundant in areas removed from intense boiling activity.  My guess is that these wandering schools of large stripers will work over the shad supply in Cha Canyon and Trachyte and not leave until the shad have been depleted or run away.  These stripers like their current schedule of feeding each night and randomly throughout the day.  They are getting enough to eat so they stay. When shad numbers decline, stripers will then move up or downstream to find another feeding bonanza where they will stay as long as forage is available.
As expected, bass fishing is good in these striper feeding zones. As shad flee from aggressive stripers they soon find large and smallmouth bass waiting for a meal near shore.  Bass are harder to catch in areas where shad are abundant and “the living is easy”.  Bass do not have to work hard to get a shad meal and get pretty fussy about only eating shad when they are so common.
This is one of those unusual years where striper boils will continue into October and November.  For now the best piece of knowledge is “location”.  The inflow areas (San Juan and Trachyte) will consistently provide boiling stripers but other lake areas will periodically have boils erupt in canyons like Navajo, Last Chance, Wetherill, Escalante, Rincon, Halls and so on. We can help each other by reporting striper boil locations to me at Wayneswords.com.  I will then put the information out to the public so we can join together to harvest as many stripers as possible right now.  Each striper caught this fall will save over 1000 shad during the next year.  These numbers get large in a hurry. Catch 1000 stripers and save 1 million shad.  Those that read this report can easily catch that many stripers from now through the end of October.

9lbscampbellLake Powell Fish Report – August 18, 2015

Lake Elevation: 3611

Water Temperature 79-85 F

By: Wayne Gustaveson   http://www.wayneswords.com

Striper boils reported last week were visited by more happy anglers this week.  Stripers did not disappoint – if the proper rules were followed.  Stripers feed on their own schedule when in these bonus days of high shad numbers. The prime feeding time over the length of the lake was the last two hours of daylight.  Major feeding events were described by lucky anglers as “covering 20 surface acres, continuing for hours, full of big fish, and totally satisfying”.  Those that fished the big evening boils caught more big stripers than thought possible.  The best locations were Trachyte Canyon and Cha Canyon in the evening.  Other locations that were also good were the main channel from Oak Canyon to the mouth of San Juan, and Good Hope Bay from Ticaboo to the Horn and Piute Canyon to the Great Bend on the San Juan. There was a large morning boil in the main channel just upstream from the mouth of the San Juan but it did not repeat the next day. 

Boils are the crown jewel of freshwater fishing but stripers could be caught during the day by trolling and much faster by graphing and spooning. Once the large schools leave the surface they are still in the same area usually hovering around the 40-foot depth range.  Hundreds of stripers swimming together at mid-depth are quite easy to find and identify on modern electronics.  

Jigging spoons dropped into the large suspended schools were consistently ingested by eager stripers.   The unusual occurrence is that shad schools are more abundant in areas removed from intense boiling activity.  My guess is that these wandering schools of large stripers will work over the shad supply in Cha Canyon and Trachyte and not leave until the shad have been depleted or run away.  These stripers like their current schedule of feeding each night and randomly throughout the day.  They are getting enough to eat so they stay. When shad numbers decline, stripers will then move up or downstream to find another feeding bonanza where they will stay as long as forage is available. 

2bassAs expected, bass fishing is good in these striper feeding zones. As shad flee from aggressive stripers they soon find large and smallmouth bass waiting for a meal near shore.  Bass are harder to catch in areas where shad are abundant and “the living is easy”.  Bass do not have to work hard to get a shad meal and get pretty fussy about only eating shad when they are so common.  

This is one of those unusual years where striper boils will continue into October and November.  For now the best piece of knowledge is “location”.  The inflow areas (San Juan and Trachyte) will consistently provide boiling stripers but other lake areas will periodically have boils erupt in canyons like Navajo, Last Chance, Wetherill, Escalante, Rincon, Halls and so on. We can help each other by reporting striper boil locations to me at Wayneswords.com.  I will then put the information out to the public so we can join together to harvest as many stripers as possible right now.  Each striper caught this fall will save over 1000 shad during the next year.  These numbers get large in a hurry. Catch 1000 stripers and save 1 million shad.  

Those that read this report can easily combine to catch more than 1000 stripers from now through the end of October.

 

August 11, 2015 - Boils in San Juan

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Lake Powell Fish Report – August 12, 2015
Lake Elevation: 3611
Water Temperature 76 - 78 F
By: Wayne Gustaveson   http://www.wayneswords.com
The Gold King Mine toxic water spill into the Animas River and then into the San Juan River led me to the inflow of the San Juan into Lake Powell to take baseline data of water chemistry and sediment data before the toxic water arrived at Lake Powell.  There was no obvious change in water color or chemistry so it seemed consistent that the toxic water was not yet in the headwaters.
We were also tasked with collecting a 60 fish sample for baseline data of heavy metal concentrations in Lake Powell striped bass before the toxic water arrived.  This is where it gets interesting.  On the way uplake on Monday evening we started seeing a few slurps and scattered boils in the main channel beginning at Dangling Rope and continuing to Oak and Anasazi Canyon.  Early the next morning we got an early start from our camp at the mouth of the San Juan and headed upstream to complete our mission.
The first big striper boil was on the corner leading into Cha Canyon.  The boils downstream consisted of smaller fish but the San Juan boils were composed of large, aggressive 2-4 pound fish.   We had a lot of fish to catch to meet our quota so it was nerve wracking to play the super strong stripers while their boil mates were still feeding in tight groups.  I broke off 3 topwater lures while trying to horse large fish into the boat so I could quickly unhook it and catch another one. But the boils stayed up and came back up often enough for us to put a lot of fish in the cooler.
When these boils subsided we headed uplake until we found another concentration of surface feeding stripers near the mouth of Piute Canyon.  We repeated the catching process and put another slug of big fish in the cooler.  At the end of the day 3 anglers caught 60 stripers all in boils or blind casting where boils had been.
It is interesting how the boils wax and wane in certain areas of the lake.  Strong boils reported last week in the Good Hope Bay area are now occurring less often.  Slurps in the southern lake have gone quiet.  The best spot right now is from Dangling Rope to the San Juan (as described) and to the Escalante.  But just when we think we have it figured out stripers tend to quit in one spot and start up in a new location.
The best news is that shad numbers are still strong. Small shad are most common in the main channel where most of the boiling action occurs.  That means there will be larger shad left over for September boils that will occur in coves and side canyons.  This has been an exceptional year for catching fish and it looks like it will continue into fall and winter.
Bass anglers can also take advantage of smallmouth bass boils that will happen in the same shad-rich areas where striped bass are seen breaking the surface.
It is boil time at Lake Powell. I cannot think of a more exciting place and time to go fishing. Stripers blow up on the surface and it takes a while to get the boat in casting range.  Then when a big striper comes up you know that if you can cast to within 3 feet of the splash ring that fish will hit your lure.  It is an adrenaline pumping experience.

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Lake Powell Fish Report – August 12, 2015

Lake Elevation: 3611

Water Temperature 76 - 78 F

By: Wayne Gustaveson   http://www.wayneswords.com


The Gold King Mine toxic water spill into the Animas River and then into the San Juan River led me to the inflow of the San Juan into Lake Powell to take baseline data of water chemistry and sediment data before the toxic water arrived at Lake Powell.  There was no obvious change in water color or chemistry so it seemed consistent that the toxic water was not yet in the headwaters. We were also tasked with collecting a 60 fish sample for baseline data of heavy metal concentrations in Lake Powell striped bass before the toxic water arrived.  This is where it gets interesting.  On the way uplake on Monday evening we started seeing a few slurps and scattered boils in the main channel beginning at Dangling Rope and continuing to Oak and Anasazi Canyon.  

calgrandsonEarly the next morning we got an early start from our camp at the mouth of the San Juan and headed upstream to complete our mission. The first big striper boil was on the corner leading into Cha Canyon.  The boils downstream consisted of smaller fish but the San Juan boils were composed of large, aggressive 2-4 pound fish.   We had a lot of fish to catch to meet our quota so it was nerve wracking to play the super strong stripers while their boil mates were still feeding in tight groups.  I broke off 3 topwater lures while trying to horse large fish into the boat so I could quickly unhook it and catch another one. But the boils stayed up and came back up often enough for us to put a lot of fish in the cooler. 

When these boils subsided we headed uplake until we found another concentration of surface feeding stripers near the mouth of Piute Canyon.  We repeated the catching process and put another slug of big fish in the cooler.  At the end of the day 3 anglers caught 60 stripers all in boils or blind casting where boils had been. 

It is interesting how striper boils wax and wane in certain areas of the lake. Strong boils reported last week in the Good Hope Bay area are now occurring less often.  Slurps in the southern lake have gone quiet.  The best spot right now is from Dangling Rope to the San Juan (as described) and to the Escalante.  But just when we think we have it figured out stripers tend to quit in one spot and start up in a new location.  

The best news is that shad numbers are still strong. Small shad are most common in the main channel where most of the boiling action occurs.  That means there will be larger shad left over for September boils that will occur in coves and side canyons.  This has been an exceptional year for catching fish and it looks like it will continue into fall and winter. 

cooperpapaBass anglers can also take advantage of smallmouth bass boils that will happen in the same shad-rich areas where striped bass are seen breaking the surface. It is boil time at Lake Powell.

I cannot think of a more exciting place and time to go fishing. Stripers blow up on the surface and it takes a while to get the boat in casting range.  Then when a big striper comes up you know that if you can cast to within 3 feet of the splash ring that fish will hit your lure.  It is an adrenaline pumping experience.

 

August 4, 2015 - Full Moon and Boils

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Lake Powell Fish Report – August 4, 2015
Lake Elevation: 3612
Water Temperature 78 - 82 F
By: Wayne Gustaveson   http://www.wayneswords.com
The last fish report announced great striper boil fishing with most of the action in the middle and upper reaches of Lake Powell. Then the full moon hit which coincided with a shutdown of boiling activity in the southern lake but seemed to make boils stronger in the northern lake.  On my southern lake fishing trip today (Wahweap to Rock Creek) we failed to catch even one striper, which is a first for me this year. We trolled, cast and spooned without success.  The only technique that worked today was bait fishing in deep water.
Further north, full blown boils with big stripers continued in grand fashion. In the San Juan Arm the epicenter of boil activity was the bay in front of Cha Canyon.  These boils began early morning and then took a break before erupting again in the afternoon and evening.
Boils were seen occasionally in the main channel from the mouth of the San Juan all the way to Good Hope Bay and beyond.  Afternoon and evening boils were the under full moon conditions. The Escalante arm was consistent with many boils reported. Rincon to Buoy 88 was productive, as was the Buoy Field at Halls Crossing.
Uplake the epicenter of boiling action was the bay in front of Red Canyon in Good Hope Bay but boils were seen all the way to Trachyte.  Good Hope Bay striper boils persisted because the runoff is over which allows the water clarity to improve. Stripers can now find adult threadfin shad that had previously been hiding in muddy water. As shad schools were located, boils blew up as large stripers were able to surface and quickly forage on shad before diving back down to cool water.  After a quick rest, striper schools came right back up to the top again to eat more shad.
In the coming week expect striper boils to continue in the northern areas.  Southern stripers will be best caught on bait in deep water at 40-60 feet.
We caught lots of bass today while trolling and casting for stripers.  The little 5-12 inch bass were most active but a few one pound and better smallmouth were roaming in open water looking for small shad. We caught them near the surface when trolling shallow running crankbaits and rattletraps.
Other fish were active in shallow brushy water.  Bluegill and green sunfish were easily seen near shore and around flooded brush on reefs. They were best caught on live worms threaded on small bait hooks.  Channel catfish were very active in the evening on sandy beaches where houseboats could park.  Use live worms, shrimp, hotdog rounds or other table scraps on a size 2-4 single bait hook.  Walleye can also be caught at night in 12-15 feet of water on plastic bass grubs worked slowly along the bottom.  It helps to tip the grub with a one-inch chunk of night crawler.
Fishing is still great at Lake Powell but much more productive in the middle and northern channels and bays.

Lake Powell Fish Report – August 4, 2015

Lake Elevation: 3612

Water Temperature 78 - 82 F

By: Wayne Gustaveson   http://www.wayneswords.com


stbusy_edited-1The last fish report announced great striper boil fishing with most of the action in the middle and upper reaches of Lake Powell. Then the full moon hit which coincided with a shutdown of boiling activity in the southern lake but seemed to make boils stronger in the northern lake.  On my southern lake fishing trip today (Wahweap to Rock Creek) we failed to catch even one striper, which is a first for me this year. We trolled, cast and spooned without success.  The only technique that worked today was bait fishing in deep water.


Further north, full blown boils with big stripers continued in grand fashion. In the San Juan Arm the epicenter of boil activity was the bay in front of Cha Canyon.  These boils began early morning and then took a break before erupting again in the afternoon and evening. 


Boils were seen occasionally in the main channel from the mouth of the San Juan all the way to Good Hope Bay and beyond.  Afternoon and evening boils were more common under full moon conditions. The Escalante arm was consistent with many boils reported. Rincon to Buoy 88 was productive, as was the Buoy Field at Halls Crossing.

 
Uplake the epicenter of boiling action was the bay in front of Red Canyon in Good Hope Bay but boils were seen all the way to Trachyte.  Good Hope Bay striper boils persisted because the runoff is over which allows the water clarity to improve. Stripers can now find large schools of adult threadfin shad that had previously been hiding in muddy water. As shad schools were located, boils blew up as large stripers were able to surface and quickly forage on shad before diving back down to cool water.  After a quick rest, striper schools came right back up to the top again to eat more shad.   
In the coming week expect striper boils to continue in the northern areas.  Southern stripers will be best caught on bait in deep water at 40-60 feet. 


smyersmbWe caught lots of bass today while trolling and casting for stripers.  The little 5-12 inch bass were most active but a few one pound and better smallmouth were roaming in open water looking for small shad. We caught them near the surface when trolling shallow running crankbaits and rattletraps. 


Other fish were active in shallow brushy water.  Bluegill and green sunfish were easily seen near shore and around flooded brush on reefs. They were best caught on live worms threaded on small bait hooks.  Channel catfish were very active in the evening on sandy beaches where houseboats could park.  Use live worms, shrimp, hotdog rounds or other table scraps on a size 2-4 single bait hook.  Walleye can also be caught at night in 12-15 feet of water on plastic bass grubs worked slowly along the bottom.  It helps to tip the grub with a one-inch chunk of night crawler.

 
Fishing is still great at Lake Powell but much more productive in the middle and northern channels and bays.

 
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