Westby House Inn, Westby, WI, May 5 - 9, 2013
Join us to fish the Driftless Area of Wisconsin which boasts nearly 300 miles of trout water including such renowned streams as the Timber Coulee and West Fork of the Kickapoo. Discover spring creek fishing for wild browns and brookies in the open pastures, canopied woods, and sheltered valleys of the Driftless Area. The and sheltered valleys of the Driftless Area. The receding glaciers of 12,000 years ago missed this 24,000 square mile landscape of rolling hills in the Midwest, leaving intact a unique network of streams that run clear and cold clear, cold spring creeks. Emerging from limestone bedrock springs, these calcium-rich creeks provide an ideal environment for diverse hatches and gluttonous trout. After your day on the stream, you will retire to the comfort of the Westby House Inn where the next day of ripping streamers or throwing dries can be discussed over delicious cuisine and drinks. Whether you love intimacy of a limestone creek, swinging streamers, or throwing dry flies, anglers of all skill levels will find the abundant trout and stunning scenery of Southwest Wisconsin an experience to remember.
Number of anglers: 10
Cost per angler: $2,000