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Fishing Big Hay Meadow Creek WATCH BIG HAY MEADOW CREEK Big Hay Meadow Creek is a small tributary to the Prairie River. It has brown trout and brook trout. This was filmed in September.
Fishing the Evergreen River WATCH FISHING THE EVERGREEN RIVER The Evergreen River is a small stream in northeast Wisconsin having mostly brook trout along with a few brown trout. It is a tributary of the Wolf River in Langlade County. There are a couple public access points and some habitat improvement.
Fishing the Hunting River WATCH HUNTING RIVER The Hunting River offers 16 miles of class 1 trout water as it flows thru Langlade County in North East Wisconsin. It is a tributary of the Wolf River and its cool, spring fed waters help to transform the Wolf River from a warm water stream to a great trout stream. The Hunting River has wild brook trout and stocked brown trout and an occasional rainbow. All can reach good sizes.
Fishing the Lilly River WATCH LILLY RIVER The Lilly River and its east branch are a class 2 trout stream in Langlade County, northeast Wisconsin. It is a tributary of the Wolf River and is used by the Wolf's brown trout during their spawning runs. Besides brown trout the Lilly River also holds smallmouth bass, northern pike and creek chubs.
McCaslin Brook in Wisconsin WATCH McCASLIN BROOK McCaslin Brook is a tributary of the North Branch Oconto River in Northeast Wisconsin offering 8 miles of class I and 8 miles of class II trout water. Wild brook and brown trout are present with brown trout fingerlings stocked each year. It flows thru the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest and also thru the Diamond Roof and Cathedral Pines State Natural Areas so public access is good.
Fishing the 1st South Branch Oconto River WATCH FIRST SOUTH BRANCH OCONTO RIVER Running thru the Nicolet National Forest, Oconto County, the 1st South Branch Oconto River is another beautiful trout stream in Northeast Wisconsin. It is primarily a brook trout stream. The brookies are numerous and in October more colorful than ever.
Fishing the North Branch Oconto River, Wisconsin WATCH NORTH BRANCH OCONTO RIVER The North Branch Oconto River offers 60 miles of trout water with the best fishing in the middle and upper sections. Brook and brown trout are the main fish species with brook trout being the most common, especially upstream. The trout can get large here. There is a lot of public land and access points although some swampy sections can be difficult to reach.
Fishing the Prairie River WATCH FISHING THE PRAIRIE RIVER The Prairie River is one of Wisconsin's top trout streams. This video gives a brief overview of the Prairie.
Fishing the North Fork Thunder River, NE Wisconsin WATCH THUNDER RIVER NORTH FORK The North Fork Thunder River offers 8 miles of class 1 trout water for brook trout in northeast Wisconsin. Stocked brown trout are also available. The steam gets its name from near-by Thunder Mountain, a 346 foot high quartz formation. There are 2 good access points in the national forest.
Tyler Forks River, N. Wisconsin WATCH TYLER FORKS RIVER Tyler Forks River is a pristine, scenic trout stream in the remote reaches of Northern Wisconsin in Ashland and Iron County. It offers excellent fishing for brook trout. Brown and rainbow trout are also present. The lower portion of the river enters into the Bad River at the scenic Brownstone Falls and forms part of Copperfalls State Park. In 2011-2012 there was a very close call with a controversial iron mine proposed by Gogebic Taconite in the Penokee Hills area which would likely have destroy the fishing opportunies in this stream as well as about a dozen other nearby trout streams. That bill failed but a less severe one was passed in 2013. We will see what happens.
Wolf River, N. Wisconsin WATCH WOLF RIVER I consider the Wolf River to be Wisconsin's greatest trout stream. Located in the northeast portion of the state, it is probably the best river for catching trophy brown trout in the 18" to 24" range. A few rainbow trout are also present. The stream averages 150 feet wide, 3-4 feet deep and offers about 35 miles of public fishing. 75% of the shoreline is publicly owned. It is a National and Scenic Wild River, on Trout Unlimited's 100 top trout stream list, and also a destination area for those who like whitewater rafting.
Virgin Cascades, Copper Falls State Park WATCH COPPER FALLS STATE PARK Aside from the Wisconsin Dells, Copper Falls State Park has probably got the most interesting terrain found in Wisconsin. The convergence of the Bad and Tyler Forks Rivers, the gorge, Brownstone Falls, Copper Falls and Virgin Cascades are all found here. There are also trout in these streams, although the best fishing is found a few miles above this area.

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Bois Brule River, a trout stream in NE Wisconsin. Copper Falls State Park in NE Wisconsin. Copper Falls State Park in NE Wisconsin. Copper Falls State Park in NE Wisconsin.
Bois Brule River at State camground Copper Falls State Park, Virginia Cascades Copper Falls State Park, Brown Falls Copper Falls State Park
Copper Falls State Park in NE Wisconsin. Namakagon River near Hwy 63, NE Wisconsin. Namakagon River near Seeley, Wisconsin. Namakagon River near Seeley, Wisconsin.
Copper Falls State Park Namakagon River near Hwy 63 Namakagon River near Seeley Namakagon River near Seeley
South Branch Oconto River, a trout stream in NW Wisconsin. South Branch Oconto River, a trout stream in NW Wisconsin. Brook trout from Tyler Forks River Tyler Forks River, a trout stream in NE Wisconsin.
South Branch Oconto River South Branch Oconto River Brook trout from Tyler Forks River Tyler Forks River, lower
Tyler Forks River, a trout stream in NE Wisconsin. Tyler Forks River, a trout stream in NE Wisconsin. Brook trout from Tyler Forks River Tyler Forks River, a trout stream in NE Wisconsin.
Tyler Forks River, lower Tyler Forks River, middle Brook trout from Tyler Forks River Tyler Forks River, middle
Tyler Forks River, a trout stream in NE Wisconsin. Tyler Forks River, a trout stream in NE Wisconsin. Tyler Forks River, a trout stream in NE Wisconsin. Brook trout from Tyler Forks River
Tyler Forks River, middle Tyler Forks River, middle Tyler Forks River, middle Tyler Forks brook trout
Tyler Forks River, a trout stream in NE Wisconsin. Tyler Forks River, a trout stream in NE Wisconsin. Brook trout from Tyler Forks River Wilson Creek, a trout stream in NE Wisconsin.
Tyler Forks Rivers, upper Tyler Forks Rivers, upper Tyler Forks brook trout Wilson Creek, trib of Bois Brule
Wilson Creek, a trout stream in NE Wisconsin. Wolf River, a trout stream in NE Wisconsin. Wolf River, a trout stream in NE Wisconsin.
Wilson Creek, trib of Bois Brule Wolf River near Holister Wolf River near Holister

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