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Lake: Georgetown Lake

Any Action?

Post By: Troutmastr      Posted: 6/23/2020 7:46:40 AM     Points: 902    
I noticed that the CPW report for Georgetown lakes shows the last time stocked was 10/2019. I imagine it is accurate but was curious if anyone had any first hand reports before I drive up there Wednesday morning. There is still time for me to choose another destination.

Thanks!
 Reply by: Smelly      Posted: Jun. 23, 3:41:22 PM     Points: 24962    
Now with a name like trourmastr. You shouldn’t need a stocking report to tell you where to fish. That place holds plenty of fish. Go to the green bars on this site find lake / river. Scroll to Georgetown lake. And read the reports. Last two guys were nice enough to not only report on the conditions. But the fishing as well. From the reports. Sounds to me like both guys had good action And the reports were from only a few days ago.
 Reply by: Banzai Jimmy      Posted: Jun. 24, 5:13:26 PM     Points: 5248    
Yep, plenty of action. The place is busy! When I found a decent spot with decent action, I didn't want to walk away... for fear of one of my neighbors sliding over and taking it over. :)
 Reply by: Troutmastr      Posted: Jun. 26, 4:32:19 PM     Points: 902    
Thanks guys.... when you have little ones though you want to make sure they get a chance at something. I also did look in the forum prior and there was not much feedback, thus the post!

Thanks though!
 Reply by: Smelly      Posted: Jun. 26, 5:23:30 PM     Points: 24962    
If your looking to entertain the kids and live in the metro area. Take them out to almost any pond in the city. A # 10 hook 12” under a red and white bobber with a piece of garden worm dangling off it . Should get them some bluegill love. Been fishing metro waters looking for carp. Throwing some lures to keep from dying of boredom . And while not of any size. The gills have been aggressive. Thinking they are post spawn and hungry. Any of my smaller hook UL stuff has been getting clobbered by 4 “ - 6 “ gills. Long as the can fit the hook in their mouths. They have even taken my carp rig a few times.