Please join us on March 25th for our chapter meeting and local guest speaker Erik Helm. He will be discussing spey casting and its application to Wisconsin fishing.Erik Helm is an avid fly fisherman, fly-tyer, writer, and teacher based in Shorewood, Wisconsin near the Milwaukee River where he... [ READ MORE... ]
Join us on Sat. April 12 at Sandy Knoll County Park in West Bend for the annual Kid’s Fishing Clinic. This is your chance to take a few hours and share your passion for fishing with the next generation of anglers.
We need volunteer help around the pond (assisting with kid’s casting, running the... [ READ MORE... ]
On March 1 and March 2, 2014, SEWTU will be a part of Cabels - Richfield's Captains Weekend. This is a great event, and SEWTU is proud to be a participant.
Best of all, SEWTU members will help judge a fly tying contest. If you would like to help out judging, please contact SEWTU President Jim... [ READ MORE... ]
SEWTU is once again proud to be a part of The Fly Fishers' fly shop's annual film event.
This year's event will be the IF4 Film Tour, at Sprechery Brewery (701 West Glendale Avenue, Milwaukee, WI 53209).
Tickets are available at The Fly Fishers, by clicking here.
Doors open at 5:30 p.m... [ READ MORE... ]
February 4 and February 18, 2014
Location: Oak Creek Community Center 8580 S. Howell Ave. Oak Creek, WI
Time: 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
New Zealand mudsnails (NZMS), tiny invasive snails measuring a mere four to six millimeters, were confirmed in Black Earth Creek in western Dane County at the end of October. The snails, discovered in a sample from 2012, have the potential to harm the celebrated trout fishery of Black Earth Creek... [ READ MORE... ]
IF4 consists of short and feature length films by filmmakers from all corners of the globe, showcasing the passion, lifestyle and culture of fly-fishing, From enormous trout in the Rockies to following April Vokey in search of elusive steelhead, the variety of films at this event are sure to peak... [ READ MORE... ]
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... ]
The chapter has a new facebook page and would like to get your photos and fishing stories. Send those to: email@example.com. Meanwhile, follow it often to find chapter meeting and speakers, habitat restoration, Project Healing Waters outings... and the fishing stories and photos from... [ READ MORE... ]