Thank you for visiting the Central Wisconsin Chapter of Trout Unlimited's website. We are an active group of TU members from the central sands area of Wisconsin with over 300 members who all share in a common goal: to conserve and protect our cold water resources.
Please take some time to look around our website to find out more about us by clicking on About Us, or by clicking on News to find out what we have been doing. You can also click on Activities or Calendar to find out what events are coming up. By clicking on River Keepers you can find out all about our water monitoring program and by clicking on Workdays, you can find out more about our stream restoration projects and activities.
Many of our members enjoy fly fishing and fly tying and you can find out more about Fly Tying by clicking on this tab. We support fishing by all legal methods, including spin fishing and live bait fishing for trout. Our Multimedia section includes pictures and video's of some of our activities and other things you might be interested in, so you might want to check that out.
Please scroll down to see information on current activities and events, and to the bottom for our program schedule.
CWTU’s November 11 program will feature author, biologist, and WDNR official Michael Miller presenting a program on stream ecology. Miller is the co-author of the newly released Field Guide to Wisconsin Streams. The program will be held at the Fin ‘N Feather, will begin at 6:30 pm, and the CWTU meeting will start at 7:30 pm. Note---this is switch from our normal agenda.
River Keepers, CWTU members, and interested citizens are invited to meet at 5:15 pm to share a meal together.
Dick Kraus(left) was awarded the CWTU prestigious "Brookie Award" at the November 4th CWTU Annual Banquet by Awards Chair Dan Harmon III. Kraus has been a CWTU President, the State TU Chair, as well as a long time TU activist. Thanks for all you have done Dick!
The 2014 CWTU River Keepers' training session was held at Riverside Park in Waupaca on May 10. People came from all over the state to be trained in the water monitoring process. This is the ten year anniversary of our chapters first water monitoring efforts. At this time the River Keepers have 33 teams monitoring around 40 sites in Wisconsin.