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Have you made a recent fishing trip to Lake Powell? If you have, please let us know how you did.  Post your fishing report on the Fishing Message Board or send it to Wayne Gustaveson ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ) via E-mail.  Please include who you are and where you are from, dates fished, location, tackle used, species and number of fish caught and any other information you would like to pass on to other anglers.

Our goal here is to save shad by encouraging harvest of striped bass and walleye.  If we do that then all fisheries benefit from the effort.

Keep the reports coming.  I send out high resolution pictures to the media with my weekly fish reports.  If you have a good photo and would like it to be displayed in newspapers and magazines then send it to me.   Be aware that your photo may be used in other locations.

If possible send, first and last name, and hometown. The media likes pictures of kids (include age) and fishergirls. Be creative when taking photos. Change poses and backgrounds. Use the flash in full sun to avoid hat shadow.

Thanks to all who have contributed because it makes it easier for a newly arriving angler to start fishing with confidence needed to catch fish on this huge lake.

If you have a general question try posting on WAYNESWORDS FISHING MESSAGE BOARD.  Thanks to Bartsplace for putting the new message board in place so we can all commiunicate in real time with hot fish reports. 



May 8, 2017 - Rock Creek

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joshpollock1joshpollock2

 

Just thought I'd write and say not only thanks for letting us come stay but thanks for the tips!! I really appreciate your help, thank you for taking a second to help us out! We caught a bunch of stripers and small mouth! With your help I was able to be a successful dad!! Haha. Thought I would share a few pics with you and say thanks!! My family had a blast we love Lake Powell, it never disappoints even with the wind!!

joshpollock4

joshpollock3

 

May 9, 2017 - Trophy Striper at Bullfrog

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danmiller

The striper weighed in unofficially at 29.1 lbs.  It was measured at 39 1/2 inches, with a girth of 27 inches.  The fish was caught on a 4 inch Berkley Smelt by Dan Miller of Paonia, CO.  The striper was caught on May 6th, 2017.

 

May 3, 2017 - Llewellyn Stripers and Bass

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Thanks for all the information. Appreciate it. We went an hour south of Bull Frog today. Caught a large number of smallmouth and for over an hour we couldn't keep the stripers off. Caught them as fast as the bait went down. Great fun!
Thanks for all the information. Appreciate it. We went fishing an hour south of Bullfrog today in Llewellyn Canyon. We caught a large number of smallmouth and for over an hour we couldn't keep the stripers off. Caught them as fast as the bait went down. Great fun!  We were about 1/2 mile up the canyon.  
 

May 2, 2017 - Bait working at Bullfrog

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Launched out of Bullfrog about 8 AM. Decided to fish the mouth of Halls Creek for Stripers. Cast out an anchovy tipped jig head and 30 seconds later the fight was on. I had fished here before and read a report of others catching sripers just left of the entrance this year. We continued to catch till we were hot enough to find shade for lunch. Two of us had landed about 20 by then. Mostly good and healthy.


Found a rock pile in the shade and lunch was delayed by smallmouths. Landed about twenty of those in an hour or so. Around 6 PM we went back to the mouth and caught a few more stripers on anchovy along with one walleye and one striper on a spoon. Could not stay another day due to work.


Of note: stripers did not hit our circle hook lines. Did catch them on jigs from 1/16 to 3/8 oz. I felt that the 1/16th was best but it also had the smallest flurocarbon line. Could see the fish on the graph but they had little interest for spoons. The area we caught most of them is a point that juts out a little with some 40' to 20' depth on the sides. Smallies liked the 1/16 with a body and seemed to be feeding best where the steep wall met the rocks.

 

May 1, 2017 - Rock Creek to Balanced Rock Cyn

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Hey we got home yesterday from a week on Lake Powell.  We haven't been there this early in the year for quite a while so it was different for us.
We made camp in Grotto canyon and fished from Rock Creek up to Balanced Rock Canyon for the week. The fishing was very good as usual; the
weather a little challenging. We thought our campsite was tucked away pretty good to escape the evening winds, but soon learned that there
really isn't anywhere on Powell to escape the wind! We got blasted with those evening 30 mph gusts several nights! Thank goodness our Pontoon
enclosure stood the test. During the day it was nice except for Tuesday a storm front moved in and it couldn't decide whether it would rain or not.
We finally just went to camp after fishing in the morning and went for a hike.  We came home Thursday after the forecast for Friday was 20
degrees cooler.
As I said the fishing was good, too many SMB to keep count, some nice 2+ lbs, 19 LMB, 6 Walleye, 22 Stripers. We caught almost all the fish on
Yamamoto 5" grubs and the magic color was Grn Pumpkin/BlkFlk on 1/2 ounce jig heads. We tried some other colors but green seemed to work
the best. We fished from on shore to 30 ft. and found fish willing to bite in every location.  We had the most success in the backs of canyons or
any inlet where we found structure or shelves.  It was a great trip! Can't wait until June to go again when it's Warmer!  Thanks again Wayne for
the great website, the information is always helpful!

shuntstb17_edited-1

Hey we got home yesterday from a week on Lake Powell.  We haven't been there this early in the year for quite a while so it was different for us.We made camp in Grotto canyon and fished from Rock Creek up to Balanced Rock Canyon for the week. The fishing was very good as usual; the weather a little challenging. We thought our campsite was tucked away pretty good to escape the evening winds, but soon learned that there really isn't anywhere on Powell to escape the wind! We got blasted with those evening 30 mph gusts several nights! Thank goodness our Pontoon enclosure stood the shuntwae17_edited-1test.

During the day it was nice except for Tuesday a storm front moved in and it couldn't decide whether it would rain or not. We finally just went to camp after fishing in the morning and went for a hike.  We came home Thursday after the forecast for Friday was 20 degrees cooler.  As I said the fishing was good, too many SMB to keep count, some nice 2+ lbs, 19 LMB, 6 Walleye, 22 Stripers. We caught almost all the fish onYamamoto 5" grubs and the magic color was Grn Pumpkin/BlkFlk on 1/2 ounce jig heads. We tried some other colors but green seemed to work the best. We fished from on shore to 30 ft. and found fish willing to bite in every location.  We had the most success in the backs of canyons or any inlet where we found structure or shelves.  It was a great trip! Can't wait until June to go again when it's Warmer!  

Thanks again Wayne for the great website, the information is always helpful!

shuntmanstb17

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April 25, 2017 - Bass and stripers in southern lake

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Had an amazing 3 days of bassing at Lake Powell. We try and fish the late spring and early fall every year.
Yes it's a long haul from So Cal, but if you like bass fishing, it's a must on the old bucket list. Best part of these trips is that I always fish with my dad, John Chaparro of St. George, UT.  who's now 84 and still charges.
This year we arrived mid-day on Friday April 21, launched the boat at Antelope Point and immediately headed into Warm Creek for an afternoon session.
The small mouth were ready to play as we caught and released over 50 chunky Smallies, a handful of Largemouth and a token Striper. We fished till sunset, headed back to our awaiting slip at The Point and then to our hotel room in Page.
The marina at Antelope Point is an easy 10 min drive from Page. The whole set up makes things super convenient and while I like camping, a hot shower and comfortable bed make this a true
Day 2 started out early as we headed up-lake about 15 miles to Padre Bay looking for Walleye. Our morning was a bust on the Walleye as we couldn't get on them. The Walleye fishing can be very good but it's still a bit early for them. We abandoned Padre and continued up lake another 10 miles to Rock Creek Canyon. All I can say is that we HAMMERED the bass, catching over 150 fish. We even kept a couple dozen for a future fish fry. The lake wants people harvesting smallies and it's helping as we are seeing bigger fish year over year. We also caught and released a bunch of Largemouth. It was just an epic bite! Back to the hotel and off to sleep
Day 3 was our day to harvest stripers. We started headed down lake to mile 3 with the frozen chovie and started a steady chum line. We had a good school come under us and while we hooked a few, it wouldn't hang around. That was how it was to be for the rest of the session. We would get on a good mark, catch a few and it would be over. FYI, we switched over to cut striper and the fish responded much better.  Our persistence paid off and we managed a full ice chest of fat stripers for the fillet table. Knowing the wind was coming up, we called it a trip at 2 pm.
Mission accomplished.
The combination of incredible fishing, perfect weather, scenery and fishing with the guy who showed me how to fish. I thanked him several times on this trip for the lifetime of enjoyment fishing has provided me. What a gift.
Tom Chaparro
San Clemente, CA

Had an amazing 3 days of bassing at Lake Powell. We try and fish the late spring and early fall every year.
Yes it's a long haul from So Cal, but if you like bass fishing, it's a must on the old bucket list. Best part of these trips is that I always fish with my dad, John Chaparro of St. George, UT.  who's now 84 and still charges.

This year we arrived mid-day on Friday April 21, launched the boat at Antelope Point and immediately headed into Warm Creek for an afternoon session.The small mouth were ready to play as we caught and released over 50 chunky Smallies, a handful of Largemouth and a token Striper. We fished till sunset, headed back to our awaiting slip at The Point and then to our hotel room in Page.The marina at Antelope Point is an easy 10 min drive from Page. The whole set up makes things super convenient and while I like camping, a hot shower and comfortable bed make this a true event.

Day 2 started out early as we headed up-lake about 15 miles to Padre Bay looking for Walleye. Our morning was a bust on the Walleye as we couldn't get on them. The Walleye fishing can be very good but it's still a bit early for them. We abandoned Padre and continued up lake another 10 miles to Rock Creek Canyon. All I can say is that we HAMMERED the bass, catching over 150 fish. We even kept a couple dozen for a future fish fry. The lake wants people harvesting smallies and it's helping as we are seeing bigger fish year over year. We also caught and released a bunch of Largemouth. It was just an epic bite! Back to the hotel and off to sleep.

Day 3 was our day to harvest stripers. We started headed down lake to mile 3 with the frozen chovie and started a steady chum line. We had a good school come under us and while we hooked a few, it wouldn't hang around. That was how it was to be for the rest of the session. We would get on a good mark, catch a few and it would be over. FYI, we switched over to cut striper and the fish responded much better.  Our persistence paid off and we managed a full ice chest of fat stripers for the fillet table. Knowing the wind was coming up, we called it a trip at 2 pm. Mission accomplished. 

The combination of incredible fishing, perfect weather, scenery and fishing with the guy who showed me how to fish. I thanked him several times on this trip for the lifetime of enjoyment fishing has provided me. What a gift. 

Tom Chaparro

San Clemente, CA

 

April 18, 2017 - Stripers at Chains

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On 4/18/17 we ended up going down to the bottom of the Chains parking lot, we hiked opposite way of the dam, down near where we could get closer the water and stay off the cliffs. We got there about 45min before sundown. We had one fishing line and threw it in with no weight, a whole anchovie and a PRAYER! Nothing happened for about 20 minutes and we all thought it was going to be a bust, so I gave the pole to my wife to hold. Just as I was walking away, it began to bend and after that we were reeling them in as fast as we could get the next anchovie in the water. Caught 10 stripers in about 20 minutes after that. The only reason we stopped was we only bought 1 pack of hooks and we used them all and we ran out of sunlight!!! My wife and daughter had a blast and was an amazing experience for us. We will be definitely be coming back next weekend for sure!! The most fun I have had in a long time and look forward to grilling up the stripers.
Jake Cook 25yrs old, Tiffany Cook 25yrs old (wife) Brylee Cook 2 yrs old (daughter)jcookdau

jcookdau

 

On 4/18/17 we ended up going down to the bottom of the Chains parking lot, we hiked opposite way of the dam, down near where we could get closer the water and stay off the cliffs. We got there about 45min before sundown. We had one fishing line and threw it in with no weight, a whole anchovie and a PRAYER! Nothing happened for about 20 minutes and we all thought it was going to be a bust, so I gave the pole to my wife to hold. Just as I was walking away, it began to bend and after that we were reeling them in as fast as we could get the next anchovie in the water. Caught 10 stripers in about 20 minutes after that. The only reason we stopped was we only bought 1 pack of hooks and we used them all and we ran out of sunlight!!! My wife and daughter had a blast and was an amazing experience for us. We will be definitely be coming back next weekend for sure!! The most fun I have had in a long time and look forward to grilling up the stripers.
Jake Cook 25yrs old, Tiffany Cook 25yrs old (wife) Brylee Cook 2 yrs old (daughter)

 

jcook

Last Updated on Friday, 21 April 2017 08:05
 

April 10, 2017 - Stripers at Chains

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flintstephans

 

My wife and I fished from shore near the Chains parking area near the dam on April 7. We caught more than 20 stripers in two hours. We quit because we had as many as we could carry back up the hill. We got them on anchovies and on Berkley Gulp 3-inch white minnows, but they were so aggressive I think they would have taken anything. The biggest were 26 inches and the smallest about 21. The bigger ones were fatter and healthier than the smaller fish.

fsstringer

 

April 10, 2017 - Escalante to San Juan B&C

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Hi Wayne, my name is Luke Berman from Wanship, UT.  We just got back from a 3 day trip and had an awesome time.  I have an account with your website under 'badberm' but couldn't remember my password.  I tried to look it up based on username/email address and it wouldn't recognize it.  I don't post often although I look at your website almost daily and wished I could make it down a lot more often.  Anyhow, here's a report!  I will email you some pictures separately.
Launched at bullfrog on Wednesday 4/7 with a small boat extremely over loaded and headed to the Escalante.  Water in the channel was 55-57 each morning.  As we pulled in to the back of Davis there were a few skinny stripers right against shore.  We set camp up quick and headed towards the backs of the canyons to try and find the murky and warmer water.  We found both and caught 35-45 fish that day including a nice largemouth, a couple walleye, a handful of crappie and a couple stripers.
Thursday 4/8 we decided to stay in the escalante and explore all of the canyons and structure it had to offer.  The morning started slow.  We tried a couple of the canyons closer to the mouth hoping to find murky water towards the backs but it was too clear and cold so we flipped around and found some warmer water towards the back of the escalante and started catching fish pretty regularly.  The key was to find murky water and structure.  We did well in the water that had 5-10 feet of visibility. If it was too stained the catching rate slowed.  We caught 60-70 fish that day with all of them being smallies and crappie.  We did try a few spots for strippers that day as well as night fishing by camp with little success.  We were hoping to find a few schools and spent some time looking but never seen anything on the graph that was convincing.
Friday 4/9 we decided to go for broke and head to the San Juan.  None of us had ever been and we were worried about fuel so we headed to Dangling Rope to top off and fill a couple jugs.  We made it a few miles into the San Juan and hit the first big broken structure we found and caught the first fish at 11:24 which turned out to be the biggest largemouth of my life.  We thought it would be fun to count how many fish we caught that day so we kept track.  I'm bashful to say but when we left to head back to camp we tallied 233 fish between the 3 of us!  It was incredible.  We didn't even make it to stained water because we kept seeing structure so we would stop and catch fish after fish.  The water was clear and the fish were not on beds in fact we never seen a fish on a bed the whole trip.  The water was mostly 60-61.5 that day.  We were careful to stay far enough from shore as not to spook them.  I'd say most were caught between 10-25 feet.  We fished drop shot rigs with shad shaped worms almost exclusively.  We did catch a few on senkos and grubs but drop shot was king.  It was a trip all of us will talk about for years.  Good luck to all and thanks Waynelbermanbc

lbermanbc

 

Launched at bullfrog on Wednesday 4/5 with a small boat extremely over loaded and headed to the Escalante.  Water in the channel was 55-57 each morning.  As we pulled in to the back of Davis there were a few skinny stripers right against shore.  We set camp up quick and headed towards the backs of the canyons to try and find the murky and warmer water.  We found both and caught 35-45 fish that day including a nice largemouth, a couple walleye, a handful of crappie and a couple stripers.

lbermanlmbThursday 4/6 we decided to stay in the Escalante and explore all of the canyons and structure it had to offer.  The morning started slow.  We tried a couple of the canyons closer to the mouth hoping to find murky water towards the backs but it was too clear and cold so we flipped around and found some warmer water towards the back of the Escalante and started catching fish pretty regularly.  

The key was to find murky water and structure.  We did well in the water that had 5-10 feet of visibility. If it was too stained the catching rate slowed.  We caught 60-70 fish that day with all of them being smallies and crappie.  We did try a few spots for stripers that day as well as night fishing by camp with little success.  We were hoping to find a few schools and spent some time looking but never seen anything on the graph that was convincing.

Friday 4/7 we decided to go for broke and head to the San Juan.  None of us had ever been and we were worried about fuel so we headed to Dangling Rope to top off and fill a couple jugs.  We made it a few miles into the San Juan and hit the first big broken structure we found and caught the first fish at 11:24 which turned out to be the biggest largemouth ofmy life.  We thought it would be fun to count how many fish we caught that day so we kept track.  I'm bashful to say but when we left to head back to camp we tallied 233 fish between the 3 of us!  It was incredible.  We didn't even make it to stained water because we kept seeing structure so we would stop and catch fish after fish.  The water was clear and the fish were not on beds in fact we never seen a fish on a bed the whole trip.  The water was mostly 60-61.5 that day.  We were careful to stay far enough from shore as not to spook them.  I'd say most were caught between 10-25 feet.  We fished drop shot rigs with shad shaped worms almost exclusively.  We did catch a few on senkos and grubs but drop shot was king.  It was a trip all of us will talk about for years.  lbermanlmb2

Good luck to all and thanks Wayne

 

 

lbermansmb2

Last Updated on Monday, 10 April 2017 09:43
 

April 4, 2017, Castle Butte to Ticaboo

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We put in at Bullfrog on Friday around 10am, water temp was still at 55 which was encouraging knowing it was and had been windy and rainy for a few days leading up to the trip. We headed up to Good Hope, we saw blue water turning to a green hue starting just past Cedar Canyon and just as you turn the corner past the restroom and hit GH it turned again with visibility in the 5-10 foot range. As the channel narrows again heading past Castle Butte the water turned again with a more definitive mud line with only 1-2 ft clarity. The little cuts and canyons just below Scorup where we camped the water was still clearer (this seemed to be the case throughout, at every point we fished in the bay the water was clearer away from the river channel). We pitched camp and started fishing around 2pm, I caught a willing Smallmouth on a chatter bait before pushing off so we just decided to fish the coves next to our camp. The backs of the these cuts held lots of fish of all kinds, even after watching another boat fish the cove next to us as we set up camp we went in after and caught 10+ fish in the back of that same cove. We used our usual, single tail grubs in green pumpkin, shad, brown, chartreuse, and a double tail hula grub. At around 5pm we got blown and rained off the lake so we putted the few hundred yards back to our camp to wait it out.... which ended up being until the next day.
Saturday we headed south past the main mud line and stopped a few spots with minor success before heading to Ticaboo. Im not sure whether it was coincidence or area but in Ticaboo starting in early afternoon we started to pick up a few more fish at a better rate. We ended up staying in there the rest of the evening. A technique that worked well for Crappie was to drift a 1/8oz shad colored grub behind the boat as we were targeting bank. My Dad caught a dozen just doing this one technique while we kept catching fish casting towards the bank. One thing to note was that the Largemouth again seemed to be in the bigger cut boulders, also don't be afraid to cast in the exact same spots multiple times, this produced multiple fish. Another technique that worked really well in Ticaboo was to cast a drop shot at the base/face of the really huge boulders where you could work it vertically. Anytime the wind was calm enough to fish a bit slower success also increased. We saw water temps hit 57-58 that day.
Sunday fishing improved dramatically, it was day that you wait and dream about all year. The sun was out and the wind was relatively calm all day. This day we just cut to the chase and headed straight towards Ticaboo repeating the same patterns as the day before, right after lunch fishing the bank heading out of Ticaboo it really turned on, it just became fish after fish, I was having a lot of success slow swimming a Yamamoto double tail hula cinnamon with blue flake on a Owner stand up jig head size 1/4. Along with many Smallmouth we kept picking up a few Crappie, one weighing in at 1.14 it was awesome!!! After fishing pretty much every foot of bank in Ticaboo we hit a few other spots on the other side of the Bay, as the day got later a few clouds starting rolling in, my Unlce asked if it would be a good idea to try top water and if they'd bite? So i tied on a buzz bait, first cast a 3lb Largemouth exploded on it, it was the icing on the cake for a perfect day, we fished the remaining hour or so and it was on fire (mostly sallies), we were all wishing we could stay another week, or month or two. The water temp showed 59 at around 6pm or so. Sunday was a 100+ fish day, Saturday was closer to 50ish? Weather patterns even day to day play a huge part in the spring time fishing.
The next morning (today) packing up and heading back to bullfrog was cold and windy, it had once again already changed to the colder pattern. Id say if you're planning a trip up north over the next couple weeks be in mind of water clarity, and even if only a couple of the days look nice over a trip still do it, those nicer days will more than make up for a couple crappy ones and you'll still probably catch fish. Thanks again for everyone on this site and the info that they share on a myriad of topics, hopefully our reports and info help out as well.
Preston
Wayne, Fish estimates over three days for our six anglers...
Smallies 100
Crappie 30
Largemouth 20
Striper 15
Walleye 10

dungbc2_edited-1dunglmb2_edited-1

 

We put in at Bullfrog on Friday around 10am, water temp was still at 55 which was encouraging knowing it was and had been windy and rainy for a few days leading up to the trip. We headed up to Good Hope, we saw blue water turning to a green hue starting just past Cedar Canyon and just as you turn the corner past the restroom and hit GH it turned again with visibility in the 5-10 foot range. As the channel narrows again heading past Castle Butte the water turned again with a more definitive mud line with only 1-2 ft clarity. The little cuts and canyons just below Scorup where we camped the water was still clearer (this seemed to be the case throughout, at every point we fished in the bay the water was clearer away from the river channel). We pitched camp and started fishing around 2pm, I caught a willing Smallmouth on a chatter bait before pushing off so we just decided to fish the coves next to our camp. The backs of the these cuts held lots of fish of all kinds, even after watching another boat fish the cove next to us as we set up camp we went in after and caught 10+ fish in the back of that same cove. We used our usual, single tail grubs in green pumpkin, shad, brown, chartreuse, and a double tail hula grub. At around 5pm we got blown and rained off the lake so we putted the few hundred yards back to our camp to wait it out.... which ended up being until the next day.

dungbc_edited-1 Saturday we headed south past the main mud line and stopped a few spots with minor success before heading to Ticaboo. Im not sure whether it was coincidence or area but in Ticaboo starting in early afternoon we started to pick up a few more fish at a better rate. We ended up staying in there the rest of the evening. A technique that worked well for Crappie was to drift a 1/8oz shad colored grub behind the boat as we were targeting bank. My Dad caught a dozen just doing this one technique while we kept catching fish casting towards the bank. One thing to note was that the Largemouth again seemed to be in the bigger cut boulders, also don't be afraid to cast in the exact same spots multiple times, this produced multiple fish. Another technique that worked really well in Ticaboo was to cast a drop shot at the base/face of the really huge boulders where you could work it vertically. Anytime the wind was calm enough to fish a bit slower success also increased. We saw water temps hit 57-58 that day.  

dunglmb_edited-1Sunday fishing improved dramatically, it was day that you wait and dream about all year. The sun was out and the wind was relatively calm all day. This day we just cut to the chase and headed straight towards Ticaboo repeating the same patterns as the day before, right after lunch fishing the bank heading out of Ticaboo it really turned on, it just became fish after fish, I was having a lot of success slow swimming a Yamamoto double tail hula cinnamon with blue flake on a Owner stand up jig head size 1/4. Along with many Smallmouth we kept picking up a few Crappie, one weighing in at 1.14 it was awesome!!! After fishing pretty much every foot of bank in Ticaboo we hit a few other spots on the other side of the Bay, as the day got later a few clouds starting rolling in, my Uncle asked if it would be a good idea to try top water and if they'd bite? So i tied on a buzz bait, first cast a 3lb Largemouth exploded on it, it was the icing on the cake for a perfect day, we fished the remaining hour or so and it was on fire (mostly smallies), we were all wishing we could stay another week, or month or two. The water temp showed 59 at around 6pm or so. Sunday was a 100+ fish day, Saturday was closer to 50ish? Weather patterns even day to day play a huge part in the spring time fishing.

 
The next morning packing up and heading back to bullfrog was cold and windy, it had once again already changed to the colder pattern. Id say if you're planning a trip up north over the next couple weeks be in mind of water clarity, and even if only a couple of the days look nice over a trip still do it, those nicer days will more than make up for a couple crappy ones and you'll still probably catch fish. Thanks again for everyone on this site and the info that they share on a myriad of topics, hopefully our reports and info help out as well.  

dungsmbPreston

Fish estimates over three days for our six anglers...Smallies 100

Crappie 30

Largemouth 20

Striper 15

Walleye 10

 

 

 

dungsmb2

Last Updated on Tuesday, 04 April 2017 09:09
 


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