Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Montana Fly Fishing Report 5/29

Still thinking about that monster caught on the creek last week?

Georgetown Lake- We went up yesterday and had reasonably good fishing.  Try an olive bugger, czech about 4 feet down, or a fuzzy navel p.t., which is one of G. Pace's specialties. He tried a nightcrawler, but we beat him with a bat until he tied on a fly.
These are mooses-not salmonflies

Rock Creek-Slamonflies are out!  There were bugs spotted yesterday on the upper end. A few days ago Debbie Peltier at Trout Bums gave us the word that they were out on the lower, too. Give her a call or stop in their shop if you're headed up da crick. The water looks perfect so get 'er goin!

Blackfoot River-Streamer bite has been fair. I think it's probably still a matter of a few degrees before it gets cranking. Try big and olive.  Stay away from the north fork, as the h20 is COLD. Mid river flows are big but the water looks primo. Remember, you cannot intentionally fish for bull trout.

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