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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FEATURE PRESENTATION: Do-It-Yourself Trip to Alaska!  with Tony Stifter & Chris Niskanen The 2016 Kiap-TU-Wish Holiday Conservation Banquet has scored a MAJOR coup: Past-President Tony Stifter & former Pioneer Press Outdoor Writer Chris Niskanen are happy to...

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Welcome to the Drift   | A message from our Chapter President Every month we'll be posting current information as it relates to our chapter from a local, regional, and national perspective. If there are items that you would like discussed or particular questions...

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No December

No Chapter Meeting in December Please attend our Holiday Conservation Banquet Where:  Lake Elmo Inn Convention Center When:  Thursday, December 8th For More Information:   ...

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Watch for Volunteer Workdays Coming Soon!

Watch for volunteering opportunities starting soon. Winter is a great time for Kiap-TU-Wish volunteers to get into the outdoors. We typically have Saturday morning workdays that involve cutting brush and invasives from our local streams. These 3-4 hour get together is...

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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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