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Fishing remains strong as Lake Powell begins to rise

Posted: Wednesday, Mar 29th, 2017
Lake Powell is rising. It has come up six inches since last week. Spring runoff has begun a bit early due to warm days in March. That may change as another storm front is now on the way. Early runoff is a double-edged sword for fishing success from Trachyte to Good Hope Bay. This week, reports indicated good steady fishing
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Gustaveson fishing event this weekend

Posted: Wednesday, Mar 29th, 2017
For many years, Wayne Gustaveson has been the leading source for fishing information at Lake Powell. Through his weekly fishing report in the Lake Powell Chronicle and his website, Gustaveson has kept anglers up to date on where the fish are, what they are biting on and how to catch them.
On April 1, the Gustaveson family and the Utah
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Q & A with Jahzeel Acosta

Posted: Wednesday, Mar 29th, 2017
Jahzeel Acosta, Sophomore, Tennis

If you had one superpower, what would it be:
Perfect memory.

Is there a specific mentor or teacher who has helped you through the years?
My parents. They encourage me to never give up and to always to do my best.

What is your favorite band?
Red Hot Chili Peppers

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Q & A with Jordan Varner

Posted: Wednesday, Mar 29th, 2017
Jordan Varner, Freshman, Tennis

Is there a specific mentor or teacher who has helped you through the years?
My dad. He's always been there, he's always supported me.

What is your favorite book?
Tunnels.

If you could have lunch with anyone living or dead, real or fictitious, who would it be?
My brother. He's in
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Flagstaff man sets state record by catching massive 33-pound channel catfish

Posted: Wednesday, Mar 29th, 2017
A giant fish tail, dark and maybe two feet in length, curled beneath the surface of the water.
Carson Pete, shore-fishing about 50 yards away, hiked to where he spotted the tail Sunday at Upper Lake Mary near Flagstaff.
He happened to have brought a heavy spinning rod with 50-pound braided line, a 60-pound fluorocarbon leader, and a 7/0 Gamakatsu
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Lady Sand Devils hit the tennis courts

Posted: Wednesday, Mar 22nd, 2017
Steven Law/Lake Powell Chronicle
Kylie Wood returns a shot against her opponent from Scottsdale Prep last Friday.
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Fishing event April 1 to help celebrate Gustaveson’s birthday

Posted: Wednesday, Mar 22nd, 2017
For many years, Wayne Gustaveson has been the leading source for fishing information at Lake Powell.
Through his weekly fishing report in the Lake Powell Chronicle and his own website, Gustaveson has kept anglers up to date on where the fish are, what they are biting on and how best to catch them.
On April 1, the Gustaveson family
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Warmer weather leads to changes in fishing

Posted: Wednesday, Mar 22nd, 2017
Sprng weather has been warm and wonderful. Surface water temperature this morning has risen to 55 degrees, which is six degrees warmer than last week. That is impressive and the various fish species are reacting in their own way. Here is a rundown by species and location.
Smallmouth Bass: Warming has allowed smallmouth to move shallower. They come up because
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