January Monthly Meeting

Happy New Year! We’ve decided to hold our January meeting via email this month as our local Covid cases are rising rapidly.

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Wisconsin Salmonids: The Laker

We’re featuring an article on rainbow trout in Wisconsin that is the fourth in a series on Wisconsin salmonids to appear in Wisconsin Trout, the newsletter of Wisconsin Trout Unlimited (click on  WI TU for information). The piece appears here with permission from the author and Wisconsin Trout Unlimited. It was written by Dr. John…

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Revised Definition of Waters of the United States

The EPA has proposed a new rule that would reinstate some Clean Water Act protections for small streams and wetlands, and needs to hear messages of support from anglers, hunters and everyone who cares about clean water. The new proposal is a significant improvement for the rivers, streams and wetlands we care so much about,…

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Time to Vote for Club Officers

This year we’re voting for 5 Club officers. All who receive their newsletters electronically should have received a by email in early December (the voting deadline is January 15th). Those receiving paper newsletters by mail will receive a ballot by mail, which must be mailed or reach our Club’s mailbox by the 15th of January.…

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Where are They Now?

As Brule River Sportsmen’s Club board members, we sometime wonder how our past scholarship recipients are doing, especially considering the highly competitive natural resources job market. In 2014, we added a page to our website under the “Club Scholarship” tab called “Where Are They Now” to report on the lives and careers of past recipients…

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Scholarship Fundraising Raffle

We were fortunate to have 2 great items donated to support our scholarship raffle.  Proceeds will be used to help maintain our scholarship funds (click on The Scholarships for information).  Thanks to all who generously contributed in the past! Click on Where Are They Now to see what some past scholarship recipients have been doing.…

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South Shore Railroad Grade Update

October 1, 2021 Update In July, a contractor was hired to conduct the hydrologic and hydraulic (H&H) study and develop a set of stamped design plans. The H&H is necessary for DNR/Douglas County floodplain permitting. The H&H and stamped design plans are expected by the end of October. The design will provide the information needed…

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