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Lake Powell Fish Report

Lake Powell fishing strategy is determined by shad size and abundance. Striped bass are feeding on the surface over the entire lake but where shad numbers are small so are the boils. Where larger... Full story

 
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Ballast Point Announces Beer Festival Aboard Maritime Museum of San Diego

On Sunday August 11, Ballast Point Brewing & Spirits will hold its 17th Anniversary Party & Beer Festival aboard the Maritime Museum of San Diego, with all proceeds to benefit the Maritime Museum. The event, which will run from 1-5pm on Aug. 11, will... Full story

 

Big Changes!

Lake level is slowly rising, but that is not as important as the rise in water temperature. During May the surface temperature was consistently in the 60s, which was great for bass fishing. During... Full story

 
 By AZGFD    Fishing    June 15, 2013

'Fish Arizona'

Tip Of The Week If you're bass fishing and having a hard time with standard techniques such as the dropshot or Texas rig, try something a little different: Flick-shaking. This method can include a... Full story

 

Lake Powell

One week after the spring fishing peak and fishing is still good. A lingering cold front has slowed fishing for bass slightly but stripers continue to eat bait in the southern lake. One disturbing not... Full story

 

Lake Powell, Arizona Fishing

It’s been a cold winter at Lake Powell. Water surface temperature bottomed out at 44 F and presently fluctuates between 45 at night and 47 during the “heat” of the day. Water level continues to... Full story

 

No Need To Wait Until Spring To Catch Fish, Observe Wildlife In Washington

Temperatures are warming, birds are singing and spring chinook salmon are starting to move into the lower Columbia River. Spring is still a ways off, but February offers plenty of opportunities to enjoy the outdoors. This year’s return of spring... Full story

 

Mata Ortiz Pottery Demonstrations At Kartchner Caverns State Park

The last of Mata Ortiz Pottery demonstrations will be held at Kartchner Caverns State Park on Jan. 28. Demonstrations will take place at 11am and 1p.m. in the park theater on the event days. Learn... Full story

 

Lake Powell Fishing Report

This is the last 2012 fishing report from Wayne Gustaveson for 2012, and we thank him for all the excellent information he has provided us for the past 12 months. It has been an interesting year with... Full story

 

From Rory Aikens

After more than 22 years and 1,200-plus weeks of producing the weekly fishing report, this is my last one. I am retiring. I am truly blessed for having had such a superb readership. And such an... Full story

 

Lake Powell Report

Fishing out of Wahweap is hot and cold. Fishing is super hot for the first hour of light in the morning. Toss a small profile surface lure like a Sammy or Sugoi splash toward the shoreline for fast... Full story

 

Autumn Angling Gets Active In Arizona

Even though each night is two minutes longer, the nighttime temperatures still remain in the upper 70s and 80s, so our larger desert impoundments are experiencing a slow cool down this season so far.... Full story

 

Lake Powell Fish Report

Wayne Gustaveson http://www.wayneswords.com Good fishing success we have enjoyed for a while continues and is perhaps even better than last week. The main factor is falling lake level. Shad have been... Full story

 

‘Happy Trails’ To Sail

‘Happy Trails’ To Sail Major Sailing Magazine Salutes Lake Havasu “Trailer Sailers,” or “Pocket Cruisers” — known by both names — are one of the features in the online August issue of... Full story

 

Lake Powell Report

Lake Powell Report Fishing Success Continues With Attention To Details By Wayne Gustaveson Fishing success in the main lake, particularly for stripers, requires attention to a few small details.... Full story

 

Lake Powell Report

Lake Powell water temperature still hovers between 49 and 54. Not much change will occur in fishing conditions until significant warming of air and water comes toward the end of March. The good news... Full story

 

Peoples Canyon Receives Influx Of Bighorn Sheep

Peoples Canyon Receives Influx Of Bighorn Sheep Translocation to provide data, increase diversity KINGMAN, Ariz. — Arizona Game and Fish biologists and several volunteers waited patiently as the... Full story

 

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