North Striper Question

Discussion in 'Lake Powell Fishing' started by Ejespady35, Mar 15, 2017.

  1. Ejespady35

    Ejespady35 Active Member

    Wayne you stated in this weeks report that
    "Mature stripers that are not finding shad will move to the deep water in the main channel. These fish have shown up at Glen Canyon Dam this week. Catches of 30 fish in 4 hours of fishing have been reported."

    Is there a place up north like the Dam or Buoy 25 that is sort a "go to" spot for bait fishing for Stripers ?
  2. Ryan

    Ryan Well-Known Member

    The mouth of Lake Canyon and just upstream of Moki traditionally hold stripers this time of year.
  3. Ejespady35

    Ejespady35 Active Member

    Thanks Ryan
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  4. mtnpull

    mtnpull Well-Known Member

    I think at times you can find them by buoy 95 (I think) right there by the halls bouy field.
  5. Ejespady35

    Ejespady35 Active Member

    Thanks mtnpull!
  6. Ryan

    Ryan Well-Known Member

    Sent you a PM.
  7. Jeff Blacker

    Jeff Blacker Member

    In addition to the above named spots, the mouth of Halls Creek (west side?) can be crazy good. I have seen several boats in there at one time, with almost everyone hooked up simultaneously. That was certainly the case a few years ago, not so much last year. I am sure water level plays a big part. google maps photo shows it best --from right where the boats are all the way to the slickrock point to the left of the boats.
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  8. Ejespady35

    Ejespady35 Active Member

    Thanks Jeff!