The Wisconsin DNR wants your input on the proposed changes to the Wisconsin Trout Fishing Regulations/Season.
About the current review process:
Wisconsin Trout Fishing Regulations last changed in 2003.
DNR plans to revisit regulations roughly every 10 years
DNR launched the review of current... [ READ MORE... ]
The first official chapter meeting of the fall season will once again be held at the Thunder Bay Grille in Pewaukee.
Come early for cocktails and/or dinner and our program will start at about 7:15.
One of our members, Boyd Roessler will lead a presentation on his “Trout in the Classroom”... [ READ MORE... ]
Work Day on Whitewater Creek in Walworth County
Luke Roffler (who many of you know from the Ozaukee County Fish Passage program) is now a DNR biologist with responsibility for Kenosha, Racine and Walworth counties. Luke is looking forward to SEWTU’s help to cut and install brush bundles and tree... [ READ MORE... ]
Fly Tying Workshop
Once again this year, a group of our members will meet several times a month to tie flies and exchange tips and stories.
The first date for this year is September 16.
The events are held at the Oak Creek Community Center and start at 6 pm.
For more information or to... [ READ MORE... ]
Project Healing Waters Fishing Outing
Project Healing Waters Milwaukee will hold their September fishing outing on September 13th. Location to be determined.
If interested, please contact George Batcha at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Shorewood Fin and Feather Festival
Saturday October 11, 2014
11am - 4pm
Join us for a beautiful day on the banks of the Milwaukee River. Enjoy the fall colors, salmon running up the river, great food, music and these great activities:
Fly Fishing and Angling Demos with Trout Unlimited and WI... [ 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... ]
On Saturday, April 12, over 160 kids and their families braved inclement weather to partake in the 2014 Kid’s Fishing Clinic. SEWTU and the West Bend Kiwanis Early Risers hosted the event at Sandy Knoll County Park in West Bend. These DNR sponsored events were held at Urban Fisheries all over... [ READ MORE... ]
On July 22, 2014, SEWTU will hold its annual Mid-Summer's Classic Casting Clinic at Greenfield Park.
This event is open to the public, and is completely free.
Some of SEWTU's best casters, as well as Pat Ehlers of The Fly Fishers, will be on hand to provide casting tips and lessons to folks... [ READ MORE... ]
On Saturday, August 16, 2014, SEWTU will host its first ever "Family Fun and Workday." This event will be tailored to families and children, and will feature demonstrations about the work that TU does, fish in the streams, and have opportunities for whole families to be a part of a functioning... [ READ MORE... ]