Lake Powell: Bass fishing is fantastic but stripers are MIA

The son-father duo of Mark and Wayne Gustaveson of Page, Ariz., show some of their catch during a day bass fishing on Lake Powell. Gustaveson, the Utah fisheries biologist for Lake Powell, reports the water is warming, allowing bass to move into shallow water to spawn and where anglers can take advantage of the sight-fishing opportunities. Gustaveson said fishing will be great for spawning bass for the next three weeks.



041112 Lake Powell Mark and Wayne

The son-father duo of Mark and Wayne Gustaveson of Page, Ariz., show some of their catch during a day bass fishing on Lake Powell. Gustaveson, the Utah fisheries biologist for Lake Powell, reports the water is warming, allowing bass to move into shallow water to spawn and where anglers can take advantage of the sight-fishing opportunities. Gustaveson said fishing will be great for spawning bass for the next three weeks.

Lake Elevation: 3,635 asl Water Temperature 54-64 F PAGE, Ariz, April 11 – Fishing is fantastic as long as you are fishing for bass in the afternoon. Bass spawning is imminent. It may…




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