Western Montana Fishing Report by the Mountain Man (7.25.16)
Fishing on area rivers and streams is pretty slow-but some spruce moth activity on the Blackfoot and Rock Creek. Best times seem to be between 10 am and noon-although varies somewhat on location. Water temps are good until about 2 or 3 in afternoon and then it starts getting too warm.
Fish will naturally seek cooler water, more riffles and deeper pools.
Georgetown lake has been pretty steady and consistent for the damsels. Fight fish as fast as you can and keep them in water as long as possible-just a reminder but common sense.
We are hoping for cooler weather and rain.