It’‘s all about location in quest for quality fishing

Don Hunt of Spring Valley, Ariz., fished on Lake Powell for 10 days recently, catching 150 walleye in the main channel from the San Juan to Llewellyn Canyon. His biggest walleye was this eight-pound beauty. Don and wife, Sharon, caught bass, stripers, walleye and catfish and reported that fishing is still very good at mid-lake areas.



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Don Hunt of Spring Valley, Ariz., fished on Lake Powell for 10 days recently, catching 150 walleye in the main channel from the San Juan to Llewellyn Canyon. His biggest walleye was this eight-pound beauty. Don and wife, Sharon, caught bass, stripers, walleye and catfish and reported that fishing is still very good at mid-lake areas.

Runoff is slowing and Lake Powell has topped out at 3,601 feet elevation. That means the Castle Rock Cut is wet but not passable. However, fishing is still great, making it worthwhile to head…




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