Suggest you consider getting the Navionics app for your phone/tablet/laptop. The cost is $50, but it does not require cellular access, shows where you are at on the lake, shows depth contours and submerged rocks are marked. There is a slider to adjust for lake level. To your specific question - it also shows bouy markers.
I spent a number of years on Lake Powell without this technology, but now wouldn't go out without it.
Wayne sorry, I still use the original HOME PAGE (wayneswords.com) and on the left side are the links for fishing tips, hikes, and the water level - that is where I read your description about the Aleson Arch hike that we had also done. Great hike!! The National Geographic map shows 2 arches- Aleson and one called Flying Eagle which is toward Iceberg from your little cove that is best access to Aleson. Check out the photo I posted above showing the 2 arches. Maybe I didn't go far enough toward Iceberg to see if it was as accessible as Aleson. Oh, and Happy Birthday!! your fishing reports are my favorite reading every week...................rick
Lake Powell Magazine? Defunct. As of a few years ago. After writing for that magazine for about 10 years, I wasn't even notified when the owner "retired." Yeah, it was a pretty good run. Writing about all those hikes took me to amazing places on the lake and in the back country that I might not have visited. Fortunately, I saved all my writing I did for that magazine. I may decide to publish it as a collection someday. Hmmm... Maybe in the next book??
You had some great articles in there Tiff!
The only way I found out about the magazine disappearing was after calling Dave to get more copies of the 2009 issue. I wrote the article about Cropduster as a show piece thing. Dave took the photos.
Was surprised he was quitting...but got a few more copies.
Am leaving one on the houseboat for any potential buyers to look at.
Yes...unfortunately she's still for sale.
The maps in that magazine were a series of pages. I took a photo of one page just to show. The front page says they reflect 3700' elevation and the little red marks (like in Oak Bay) are the beaches. The narrow canyon labeled Secret on many maps is actually Oak on this map . I don't know if the maps are still View attachment 361 available anywhere, but they are nice to have in a 3-ring binder. The numbers on the left are my kids recording GPS miles to the various bouys starting from Stateline Ramp.................rick