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. Finally, our Forums allows you to provide input and to comment on what we are doing.
Please scroll down to see information on current activities and events, and to the bottom for our program schedule.
Night of the Stoneflies, March 11, 6:15-8:45pm, Fin N Feather in Winneconne.
The Central Wisconsin Chapter of Trout Unlimited will be presenting a program called "Night of the Stoneflies. The program will be held upstairs at the Fin N Feather restaurant in Winneconne, from 6:15-8:45pm. Bob Haase will be putting together a night where we are going to learn all about stoneflies. At 7:30pm, Tom Lager from the Fox Valley Chapter of TU will present a program on the entomology aspects of the stonefly. Charlie Piette from Tightlines Fly Shop in DePere will follow with a program on how to fish stonefly patterns. From 6:15 to 8:45pm there will be around 15 or more of the areas fly tiers tying their favorite stonefly patterns that you might want to add to your fly box for 2014. This is a great opportunity to learn more about these aquatic insects, the flies that represent them, and the various presentation methods of fishing them. This is open to the public and the admission is FREE!
CWTU appreciates all those who attended TroutFest'14 and those who helped make it such a fun and memorable day.
We are fortunate to have a community of people who care about our natural resources and do something about it to make a difference for future generations.
Check out this link to a story plus photos of TroutFest'13 on Wisconsin Outdoor Fun