Tickets are available for the upcoming 2015 Wisconsin Trout Unlimited Banquet which will be held on Saturday, February 7, 2015!
As most know, our annual banquet is the State Council’s largest fundraiser, and is incredibly important to our group. The funding we raise at this event helps make... [ READ MORE... ]
The Chapters of Trout Unlimited do some amazing things to promote and educate about the conservation and protection of coldwater habitats. We would like to share just a few nuggets of the amazing effort and selfless dedication that our volunteer leaders are giving in their communities.
This... [ READ MORE... ]
Volunteers are needed to search waterways for invasive species. After receiving a brief identification training, teams of participants wil disperse to rivers to look for species of concern. Dedicated local partners statewide, such as Fox-Wolf Watershed Alliance, St. Croix River Association, Upper... [ READ MORE... ]
Location: Southwestern Wisconsin
Type of stream: Freestone spring creek
Angling methods: Fly, Spin
Species: Browns, brook trout
Supporting Services: Viroqua, Westby
Short take: Gentle meadow river with great browns
Handicapped Access: None
Closest TU Chapter... [ READ MORE... ]
Location: Northwestern Wisconsin
Type of stream: Freestone
Angling methods: Fly, Spin
Species: Salmon, Steelhead, Lake-run Browns and Brookies
Supporting Services: Duluth, Superior, Brule
Short take: Best bet for lake-run trout and salmon
Handicapped... [ READ MORE... ]
On May 17th, 2014, we'll have our spring All-Council Meeting at the Vernon Memorial Hospital, in Viroqua, Wisconsin.
We'll start at 9:00 a.m., and go until 1:30 to 2:00 p.m. A working lunch will be served, and we'll keep working while we eat to move the meeting along.
Each Chapter is... [ READ MORE... ]
Our annual major fundraiser will be held in Hayward, Wisconsin. Come to this event and bring an item to auction or come to bid on an auction item. Food will be available as well.
The 58-foot-wide concrete channel, which extends upstream to the Canadian Pacific Railway bridge, is severely deteriorated and its removal will allow stronger swimming fish — salmon, walleyes and even northern pike — to push up the river to Menomonee Falls.
After that work is completed this... [ READ MORE... ]
As a self-proclaimed girly girl who grew up with a single mother who didn't fish, I had been sorely lacking in some of the vocabulary that is thrown around at typical TU meetings.
My first two years of TU were dedicated to helping with my local chapter's (Frank Hornberg) conservation efforts and... [ READ MORE... ]
Ever since I can remember, my beloved 87-year old grandfather, Grampie, has had a hearing problem. It has gotten worse in the last twenty years, and he hates his hearing aids. They must not be comfortable (or maybe he’s hiding from Grandma!) as he’d rather not hear what’s going on than wear them.... [ READ MORE... ]