Wisconsin Spring Ponds

Wisconsin Spring Ponds

DeLorme Page: 58-104 Wisconsin Trout Regulations Page: 9-21 Scattered throughout Wisconsin, particularly in Forest, Vilas, and Langlade Counties. These ponds are a true treasure of the North Woods; they are not always easy to find or get travel to. An excellent source...
Wolf River

Wolf River

County: Langlade County DeLorme Page: 78 C-3, C-2, and B-1 Wisconsin Trout Regulations Page: 15 Another of Wisconsin’s more famous and historic trout river, only the Bois Brule rivals the Wolf in fame and history. The Wolf is like a Western freestone river in...
White River

White River

County: Bayfield and Ashland Counties De Lorme Page: 94 A-2, A-3, and A-4, 95 A-5, 103 D5, D-6, and D-7 Wisconsin Trout Regulations Page: 10 Description: Famous for its monster Brown Trout, its inaccessibility, and the Hexagenia limbata hatch. Most fishing is done by...
Peshtigo River

Peshtigo River

County: Forest and Marinette Counties DeLorme Page: 72 C-8 and A-6, 91 D-5 and D-6, and 90 D-4 Wisconsin Trout Regulations Page: 15 The Peshtigo River has two parts to it, an upper and lower fishery which are separated by a couple of flowages. The Peshtigo is a long...
Bois Brule River

Bois Brule River

County: Douglass County DeLorme Page: 93 D-7 and D-8, 101 D-8 and C-8 Wisconsin Trout Regulations Page: 9 and 10 Another of Wisconsin’s most famous trout rivers, it has been called the “River of Presidents”.  5 US Presidents have stayed and fished on...
Prairie River

Prairie River

County: Langlade and Lincoln Counties DeLorme Page: 77 A-6, A-5, and B-5 and 76 B-4 and C-3 Wisconsin Trout Regulations Page: 14 The Prairie River has beautiful scenery and the varied water types you can fish. Both meadow and pocket water stretches are abundant on the...