Posted in Wild Rivers - 415, Wisconsin Council of Trout Unlimited 9WI
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.
August's meeting will be held at the Vaughn Library in Ashland, WI. At your option you may join members of our organization for a dinner at the Deep Water Grille in Ashland starting at 5:45 pm.
Marion & I fished the White River on Sunday July 6th. The hatch was on and Marion landed a 19 inch brown trout. I was not so successful, but still enjoyed the adventure.
An open invitation to all women for a free fly fishing class, sponsored by the Wild Rivers Chapter. This class will be held at the Northern Great Lakes Vistor Center just west of Ashland. All fly fishing equipment will be provided. Please contact our President Bill Heart at the above link to r
An open invitation to all women for a free fly fishing class taught by Wendy Williamson from the Hayward Fly Fishing Co. This event is sponsored by our Wild Rivers Chapter. Fly Fishing equipment will be provided. All attendess will receive a one-year membership in our Wild Rivers Chapter of Tr
Posted in Wild Rivers - 415
The June meeting will be held at the Washburn Public Library at 7 PM. A program on Pikes Creek project will be discussed with the Bayfield Regional Conservancy and with Bill Farraro of the Town of Bayfield. Prior to the meeting chapter members will enjoy something to eat at DaLou's Bistro at 5:
May Chapter Meeting on May 14 at the Sigurd Olson Institute The May meeting will have a presentation by Luke Kavacjeck on fly fishing the Chequamegon Bay. The following is by Luke:
The Mouth of the Montreal River is open all year for fishing. The river forms the boundary between Wisconsin and Michigan. A valid fishing license from either state allows you to fish the river. Spring time brings the Steelheaders down the steep trail to the rivers edge.
The Mouth of the Montreal is open for fishing all year. The river is the boundary between Wisconsin & Michigan and you may fish the river with a valid fishing license from either state. The spring runoff has the river high and muddy.