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  • Professional licensed Guide
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  • Permitted by the National Park Service, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area
  • Coast Guard Captains License with towing endorsement
  • 20+ years fishing on Lake Powell
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Lake Powell Fishing Tours


After 8 years of sharing the fish catching experience on Lake Powell I have to bring it to a close.  Weather, mechanical breakdowns (Ford and Mercury) and government shut downs has played a much larger part when having to travel to guide in such a remote location. Therefore effective immediately I will no longer be booking trips out of North Lake Powell.

I want to thank everyone who chose me to share they’re fish catching experience with. My greatest memories are from being outside hunting and fishing and I have made many over the last 8 years. Sons and Daughters to Great Great Grandfathers the days on the water were mostly with someone else’s family. Thank you so much for letting me be a part of that. We never got skunked and witnessed many Lake Powell fire drills. That is when the screen on the graph looks like flames and hooks and stripers are flying everywhere non-stop.

Should anyone have questions about fishing N Lake Powell, Lake Havasu or Cabo San Lucas shoot me an email.

May the boils be with you…

Capt. Brian T. Myers


Welcome to Lake Powell Fishing America’s final fishing frontier.

My name is Brian Myers and I have been fishing north Lake Powell for 25 years now and specialize in fishing tours out of Bullfrog, Halls Crossing and Hite Marina’s.

The massive red sandstone walls that line Lake Powell will make you think that you are fishing on Mars. We will hunt striped bass boiling on the surface while patrolling brush lines for largemouth and smallmouth bass, walleye and crappie.

This is true therapy. The pressures of life are lifted off of your shoulders when cruising to my many fishing spots where there is no such thing as cell service. And yes, we will catch fish on one of Mother Nature’s greatest gifts.

Capt. Brian T. Myers


Brian Myers