• Meetings are held the 3rd Wednesday of the month, except during the summer when we are typically helping with stream restoration, helping people learn to fish and, of course, fishing ourselves.  
  • For our monthly meetings, we'll have food and chit chat at 6 p.m. (optional). Business items from 7-7:15 and then the presentation begins at 7:15.  See the table below for the location and topic of the meetings.

February 28, 2019

February Annual Chapter Banquet

Plenty of prizes, food, and fish conversation.  Doors open at 6.  Food is served at 7.  Get your tickets here. 

Cedar Creek, 2600 Cedar Creek Lane, Onalaska

March 18, 2020

March Chapter Meeting

Guest presenter is Jim Bartelt who will discuss fishing the moving fly on Driftless spring creeks. 


Westview Inn

174 Leonard Street S

West Salem, WI

Dinner and Drinks at 6pm (if you want)

Meeting starts at 7pm

April 15, 2020

April Chapter Meeting

Duke Welter will give an update on all the stream improvement projects on tap for the year and how you can volunteer to help with those efforts.  

American Legion

120 N Rusk


Dinner and Drinks at 6pm (if you want)

Meeting starts at 7pm

May 09, 2020

Kids fishing at Coon Creek Trout Fest

Saturday, May 9, 2020 - Volunteers needed from approximately 8:00 a.m. until about 1 p.m.  You don't need to be there the whole time if you are not able.  

CRTU Member Volunteers Needed - Assist kids on Coon Creek as they fish for trout that we stock in addition to the natural fish already there.  We also need people to do fly casting demonstrations/lessons and help beginners with fly tying.  - Email to volunteer.

Where:  Coon Valley Veterans Memorial Park

More Information From The Organizer:

Coulee Region Trout Unlimited will be sponsoring a booth again, including stocking trout in Coon Creek.  We will assist the kids with worm fishing and teach fly casting and fly tying.  We will be giving away a bunch of door prizes including spinning outfits.

The CRTU team will be arriving a bit before 8:00 AM to stock the fish and set up the tent.  After that things get easier.  Lots of time to catch up, lie about fishing and not tell each-other about our favorite spots!

This is another family-friendly event with an opportunity for kids to catch some BIG fish.  CRTU could use member volunteers to help for a short while manning the table, demonstrating fly casting and helping kids learn to fish

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