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Lake Powell Fishing Report 03/22/07

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Report courtesy of wayneswords.com. Lake elevation: 3,597 feet. Water temperature: 55-62 F. Lake level has stabilized. Weather is still warming despite some cloudy days. Spring fishing is improving daily. Looks like an early start to another good fishing year at Lake Powell. Bass are near brush cover and weed beds. Largemouth bass are the most active fish now, but smallmouth are biting better with each passing day. Standard bass fare from spinner baits, hula grubs and jerk baits are all working. Bass will be congregated on certain points and brushy coves, while other spots that look just as good will be fishless. Keep moving and casting to find fish or to find active fish. The best time to fish is afternoon when water reaches its warmest temperature. It may even be better to sleep in and just fish in the afternoon for best results.



 


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