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080210 Slot canyon 3

Recent rains send water racing through canyons

By Dave Buchanan

That ribbon of subtropical moisture stretching across the Four Corners is drenching the area in torrential downpours. These are the storms the Navajo called “male rains,” with clouds the color of old pewter, spitting raindrops ...


080410 Lake Powell

Striper ‘boils’ start to happen at Lake Powell

By Wayne Gustaveson

Lake Elevation: 3,636 msl Water Temperature 80-84 F PAGE, Ariz. — Stripers and shad are in transition mode again. “Slurps”, where stripers casually eat tiny shad and ignore most angler offerings, are coming to an end. Shad ...


080110 echo canyon haggerty

Grant will pay for rerouting pleasant monument hike, as a way to thank landowner

By Bill Haggerty

Canyon tree frogs love Echo Canyon. I’m sure they like to hear their own echoes, but they also appreciate the cool, shallow pools along an intermittent stream found in this colorful canyon on the southeastern end of Colorado National ...


072810 Lake Powell fish art

Full moon, summer heat cool off the fishing at Lake Powell

By Wayne Gustaveson

Lake Elevation: 3,636 msl Water Temperature 82-87 F PAGE, Ariz. — It appears full moon during the heat of the summer in July cools fishing off. Slurps are still happening night, morning and mid-day but fish are finicky and hard to ...


State parks offer free entry on Colorado Day

By Staff

Colorado state parks will help celebrate Colorado Day on Aug. 2 by offering free entrance at all 42 parks. This year marks Colorado’s 134th year of statehood, which was granted in 1876 by President Ulysses S. Grant. Free entrance at the ...


Grand Mesa Moose Day set for July 31

By Staff

One of Colorado’s most-charismatic animals will have its day July 31 when the Colorado Division of Wildlife and the U.S. Forest Service celebrate Grand Mesa Moose Day. Activities will include moose viewing information, presentations ...


071410 Lake Powell Austin

Bass, walleye fishing hold steady during ‘dog days’ at Lake Powell

By Wayne Gustaveson

Lake Elevation: 3,638 msl Water Temperature 80-85 F PAGE, Ariz. — This is what to expect on a typical summer morning.  We launched at Wahweap Stateline Ramp at 5 a.m. After the boat inspection for mussel prevention we headed ...


063010 Lake Powell report

Summer brings hot fishing to Lake Powell

By Wayne Gustaveson

Lake Elevation: 3,638 msl Water Temperature 77-83 F PAGE, Ariz. — Summer has arrived!  Water temperature on the surface at Stateline Ramp early this morning was 80 degrees.  Fish are undaunted by the warm water and continue to ...


DNA tests fail to prove wolf presence on De Beque ranch

By Dave Buchanan

DNA tests on scat samples collected earlier this year on the High Lonesome Ranch did not prove positive for wolf DNA, according to researchers from the Robert Wayne Lab at UCLA. Many of the samples were too degraded to offer good results, the ...


061610 Lake Powell

Fishing good at Lake Powell in spite of rising water

By Wayne Gustaveson

Lake Elevation: 3,635 msl Water Temperature 69-75 F PAGE, Ariz. — Lake Powell rose 5 feet since the last report one week ago. Daily inflow is currently near 85,000 acre feet per day.  Fishing remains good despite rapidly rising ...


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