October Monthly Meeting

Meeting will be held on October 23rd at 6:00 PM at the Round Up North in Brule.

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Brule River Boat Landing Closed

The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has closed the boat landing at the mouth of the Brule River on Lake Superior until further notice because the high Lake Superior water level and wave action have eroded the road leading to the boat landing. Canoeists and kayakers who paddle the river can still take out at […]

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Lost and Found

Who hasn’t heard of someone who placed their fly rod on the roof of their vehicle and drove off only to realize it was missing sometime later? Or, what about the fly box that slipped out of a vest somewhere along the river?  We have a webpage to help reunite lost items with their owners. […]

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Effects of Stream pH on Lampricide Effectiveness

We received some great news from Ben Hlina, a past scholarship recipient. Ben recently published a paper resulting from his graduate work concerning lampricide effectiveness. You can read the paper by clicking on Hlina et al. 2017.

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South Shore Railroad Grade

The South Shore Railroad abandoned its operations in the late 1800’s or early 1900’s. After operation ceased, maintenance of their grades also ended. Over time, the grade crossing Nebagamon Creek has become a problem. Concern about this grade first surfaced more than 25 years ago. The Club is working with the Wisconsin DNR and Brule River Preservation to […]

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Mudsnails Spreading

There are a few invasive species present along or in the Brule River that need monitoring, but one of the most troubling potential invaders is the New Zealand mudsnail (click on Mudsnails to learn more).  In 2013, mudsnails were discovered for the first time in inland Wisconsin waters in Black Earth Creek, a popular trout […]

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Steelhead Biology and Management: a historical perspective

In 1991, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources fishery biologists prepared a document summarizing the current understanding of Brule River steelhead biology. Anglers who provided their mailing address during a 1990 steelhead season creel census received the resulting document. This was the initial effort by fisheries managers to educate anglers regarding needed regulatory changes leading to […]

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