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... ]
Although it's winter break at the University, 5 brave souls came during the deep freeze for SEWTU tying lessons at the Military and Veterans Center on campus.
Although it's winter break at the University, 5 brave souls came during the early January '14 deep freeze for SEWTU tying lessons at the Military and Veterans Center on campus.
The project will open 30 miles of the Menomonee River and its tributaries to fish passage out of Lake Michigan, and should allow species such as trout and salmon to get as far upstream as Menomonee Falls, opening a huge fishery to anadromous fish runs. The project is seeing millions of dollars... [ READ MORE... ]
this blog post will eventually hold the content and pictures from our chapter's habitat workday projects in calendar year 2006
What are the hot flies any visiting trout fisher should have for the Annual Meeting's Hosted Fishing Day in Madison, WI?
Although the event information is good, I was hoping for some local insite. You know, the tasty inside scoop. Won't you help a fishing brother out? And of course, I will keep the... [ READ MORE... ]
We have several new chapter sites and therefore new site administrators that have launched their new.ut.org site within in the last two weeks. I would like to say welcome and we look forward to discussions about using the new sites.