Georgetown Lake

At 6,425 feet above sea level, it is nestled within three mountain ranges; the Anaconda Pintlers to the South, the Sapphire Range to the West and the Flint Creek Range to the East. The Lake is home to large populations of trophy-sized rainbow and brook trout as well as large numbers of kokanee salmon. This blue ribbon fishery, is rated Montana’s most prolific lake with more fish caught per person than any other lake in Montana. It is a great place to spot moose, elk, bald and golden eagles.

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Location

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Latitude: 46.18676 Longitude: -113.267385 Elevation: 6415 ft
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Anaconda Chamber

Recreational Opportunities

Boating, Fishing, Ice Fishing

Seasons Accessible

All seasons

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