Georgetown is fishing okay right now. It’s been hit or miss the past few days. The cooler weather and snow have definitely slowed down the dry fly fishing. Streamers and nymphs will be the game until things warm up a bit.
BEST TECHNIQUES: Fish the smaller dries and midge droppers in the mornings then swap up to large dries or buggers as the wind and waves kick up.
OUR TIPS OF THE WEEK: Look for rising fish and move to them even if you a fishing leaches or buggers. If you are fishing dry or dry dropper drop you cast near the riser or up wind of it (they typically move up wind eating dries) and wait… wait till you see another rise or that it finds yours.
7 DAY OUTLOOK: The forecast calls for cooler weather from now on. Sub surface is your best bet until the sun warms things again here. Brookies are going to start staging soon…..should be some fun streamer action in the next month.
Our Philipsburg Flint Creek Outdoors shop is open so stop in and say hi to our new manager, Josh.
Good Luck From our Team!