Welcome to Kiap-TU-Wish


Chapter of Trout Unlimited

Making western Wisconsin’s coldwater streams
cleaner, healthier, and more fishable.

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Kiap-TU-Wish advocates conserving Wisconsin’s habitat
for wild trout such as brook and brown trout.


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We advocate for policies and programs that enhance populations of Wisconsin’s wild brook and brown trout.


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Kiap-TU-Wish uses a number of different approaches
to improve stream flows and trout habitat.


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Being a Kiap-TU-Wish chapter member is
much more than just paying your annual dues.


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Want to join the Kiap-TU-Wish chapter of Trout Unlimited?
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Trout in the Classroom Fry Release!

5th Graders from Amery Intermediate School and Hudson River Crest Elementary release trout from Kiap-TU-Wish’s  “Trout in the Classroom” project. Students from Jeremiah Fisk’s 5th grade class in Amery, and John Mueller’s 5th grade class from... read more

Lost on Rush River

Lost on Rush River—Fishpond chest pack. Jim Kojis, a Kiap member lost a chest pack on the Rush River.   Fish pond brand chest pack, full of flies, tippet, floatant, etc. Generous reward!!!!!! 715-441-6383... read more


Wisconsin TU Youth Fishing Camp: We’re pleased to announce that Grady McAbee was selected to be Kiap’s representative at this year’s TU Youth Fishing Camp. As part of Kiap’s application and selection process, Grady submitted an excellent essay that highlighted his... read more

May 4th Meeting

Long-term Trends in Local Trout Populations Presenter:  Marty Engel, Wisconsin DNR Program:  Marty Engel, WDNR Fisheries Biologist for Dunn, Pierce, Polk, and Saint Croix counties, will be joining us on May 4th.  We’re fortunate to have Marty speak with us each... read more

Amery Kiap-TU-Wish Chapter Meeting

Monday, April 25th Program:  Trout In the Classroom Jeremiah Fisk, 5th grade teacher at Amery Intermediate School will talk about the Trout In the Classroom program.  He’ll explain how students raise trout from eggs to fingerlings, monitor tank water quality,... read more

Red Cabin Site Update

Progressing on Red Cabin site on the Kinni Invasive tree and brush removal is complete except for burning a few brush piles.  70 different volunteers have worked a total of slightly more than 1,100 hours cutting and burning (and roasting hot dogs.)  On most work days,... read more

To protect, reconnect, and restore the coldwater fisheries and their watersheds in Polk, Pierce, and St. Croix Counties of Wisconsin and to insure access to fishable coldwater streams.

The Kiap-TU-Wish Chapter, Trout Unlimited welcomes you. We work tirelessly to conserve coldwater fisheries. Our members avidly fish western Wisconsin’s bountiful lakes, streams, and rivers. We work with communities to protect what we cherish

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Kiap-TU-Wish Volunteer Hours since 2002

Number of Invasive Trees Cut Down Since 2010

Tons of Rock used for Stream Bank Stabilization

Funds Raised in Millions since 2002

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