Welcome to the Kiap-TU-Wish chapter of Trout Unlimited. Established in 1972, we have a long history of protecting coldwater resources in Western Wisconsin and the Driftless Area of the Midwest. We are a grass roots organization that works with other conservation partners across the region on various projects such as stream bank improvement, storm water monitoring, ...

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Conserving and protecting Wisconsin’s wild trout is part of what Kiap-TU-Wish advocates for policies and programs that enhance populations of Wisconsin’s wild salmonoids, such as brook and brown trout...

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Photo by Rob Kolakowski

 
 

The coldwater resources and fisheries in our area respond quickly and extraordinarily well to straightforward techniques to control erosion, reconnect the floodplain, and improve in-stream habitat. These efforts only scratch the surface of the need and potential for the region, and demonstrated the potential positive impact from a regional restoration effort...

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Kiap-TU-Wish News

  • February meeting

    The February 4th meeting will be held in River Falls at Junior's restaurant in the Best Western hotel, south end of Main Street.   

    Parking:  the lot across the street, or around back in the lot or underground in back where there are 50 spaces and an elevator.

    The speaker for this meeting will be Andy Roth (the Gray Goat). He will be talking about fly fishing in our local streams and whatever else he wishes....always entertaining and interesting.



    Dinner begins at 6:00 PM (your dime).

    Meeting is at 7:00 PM

    Junior's Restaurant
    414 South Main Street,
    River Falls, WI 54022
    (715) 425-6630


    Posted Jan 27, 2015, 7:29 AM by designer1528
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