Anglers excited for Lake Powell migration

Lake Powell fisheries biologist Wayne Gustaveson in January caught the big striper he’s dreamed about, landing this 15-pound fish by slow-trolling a deep-diving lure. The transition period of February and March marks the lake’s shift from winter to spring.



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Lake Powell fisheries biologist Wayne Gustaveson in January caught the big striper he’s dreamed about, landing this 15-pound fish by slow-trolling a deep-diving lure. The transition period of February and March marks the lake’s shift from winter to spring.

If some of the birding reports are correct, migration this year already is under way, with hummingbirds showing up in South Carolina and bluebirds in western Colorado. Another sort of…




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