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07-20-2013, 12:42 PM #1
Help getting to (and fishing) Georgetown
I plan to fish Georgetown tonight for the first time. I'm waiting to hear from SkeeterLance, but in case he doesn't call I'd like someone to give me directions to get there. I've looked at satellite maps, but it's not very clear exactly where I can launch from. I'll be coming from Round Rock, and if I can get an address to put into the GPS that would make life much simpler.
Also I figure I should make sure Georgetown doesn't close at a particular time like Decker does.
Last but not least, any fishing tips would be greatly appreciated. I've already checked out the fishing reports forum.
Last edited by NJDevil; 07-20-2013 at 02:47 PM.-----
07-20-2013, 02:45 PM #2
It's been a while, but if you take hwy 29 west off 35 over to D B Woods, turn north, up to Cedar Break Park rd, turn west again and it'll take you right to the ramp.
As far as fishing tips, your guess is as good as mine. I would try top water, jerk baits. Maybe some senkos around the wood or grass if you can find it. Possibly even a T-rig worm. Good luck
07-20-2013, 03:09 PM #3
Google maps show all of the parks at GT pretty clearly. I usually go out of cedar breaks. Enjoy!Toads for breakfast=> lunch and dinner!!!
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07-20-2013, 04:18 PM #4
Imagine... a lake... closed...-----
07-20-2013, 04:45 PM #5
Relax there devil. I don't think that Cedar Break closes at night. There is a campground there along with a boat ramp. Now maybe the picnic area might close , but I've never seen a locked gate even when the lake was real low and the ramp was out of the water. I think you should be fine.
Fishing is supposed to be fun. You sound all pissed off and you haven't even left the house yet
Calm down,take your time, and the fish will be there when you get there
07-20-2013, 05:14 PM #6
Yup, part of the fun of moving to a new place is driving around and getting lost and enjoying all of the scenery 'till you've found the place you're searching for, and perhaps a little bit of yourself, also, within the whole process...
FWIW, georgetown isn't exactly a lake people rush to, either. It's more a place people settle for only when they get so exhausted from battling the wakeboats and relentless pounding of the waves on lake austin, one of those places which usually geeks people out so much they typically can't sleep the whole week if they've got a trip planned...Toads for breakfast=> lunch and dinner!!!
07-20-2013, 07:01 PM #7
Also, I'm all for learning new places. I really enjoy driving around aimlessly and seeing what I stumble across. I just don't want to be doing that when I'm hauling my boat. Hehe.-----
07-20-2013, 07:15 PM #8
I think you should bury your face in the graphs, find the brush piles and ledges in the deeper water. Ive had the best luck with a C-rig. Thats also in the evening. Have never night fished G-Town.There are only two types of bass boats. Thats a BassCat and a Non-BassCat.
07-23-2013, 03:36 PM #9
Opens at 6a. The gates do close. What time, don't know.
But they do have 24hr exits.
07-23-2013, 04:42 PM #10
1. Google "Lake Georgetown Parks Texas"
2. Click first link
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