There is a good 3 page discussion of Blue Notch that you will find interesting. On page 2 Dungee posted some maps of the road that will help you understand the road and the journey. Does someone remember the milepost where the Blue Notch road turns off the highway just before arriving at the Hite turnoff?I'm going to pig-tail on this thread. We have never been to the north end of the lake, other than coming up from Bullfrog a few times. We are heading down Monday and Tuesday with the intent of checking out the canyons you have mentioned here first, by driving in on a side-by-side so check out the roads, how far from the water we would be and the possibility of driving in there with the boats and launching. We will be taking poles and plan on doing some bank fishing while we are there. My question, are the roads to Blue Notch and Farley's marked so we can find them? Can you drive in to White and Red canyons? If so, are they marked also. Thanks for the help in advance.
Blue Notch/Red Canyon road is not marked. If you're coming from the south/east it is 11 miles west of Fry Canyon store on HWY 95. Depending on the water level you might find a place to launch a boat. I won't take a trailer in there again. Once was enough for me. Good Luck.There is a good 3 page discussion of Blue Notch that you will find interesting. On page 2 Dungee posted some maps of the road that will help you understand the road and the journey. Does someone remember the milepost where the Blue Notch road turns off the highway just before arriving at the Hite turnoff?
Probably a dumb question so forgive if so, what about blue notch? Is there not a way to launch there? I have never been there but have read that a boat can be launched there. Just a thought. Launching at Blue Notch depends on the water level. It is a typical shoreline with steep spots and...wayneswords.net
it will be at least 40' below that level ----- currently we are at 3571 -- probably not much change to that level between now and April 15 -- then it will start to go up-- but by early may I would not guess more than 5 to 10 feet, so would put water at 3580 ---- still 40+ feet below 3621When I was at Farley’s last early May I’m thinking the lake level was 3621’! Can I expect it to be that level or higher this year the first week in May? I’m new to Lake Powell so thanks for any comments!