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Since 2004, the Nohr Chapter has improved over 13 miles of stream!

Habitat improvement of riparian areas is about more than just increasing the numbers of trout in our streams. It is also about improving habitat for the other unique amphibians, birds, fish, mammals, reptiles, and native vegetation found in the Driftless Area. For example, the picture below shows a group of Timber Rattlesnakes next to one of our project sites.

Timber Rattlesnakes

For more information about habitat improvement projects, make sure you check out the "Driftless Riparian Habitat Guide" below:


Below are some videos of anglers fishing the Driftless Area of Southwestern Wisconsin. The rivers in the videos may be familiar to Nohr Chapter members and other anglers that fish in Southwestern Wisconsin. It is great to see anglers enjoying the waters that we have helped improve.


"Sept. Spring Creeks" from Third Year Fly Fisher


"Wisconsin Spring Creek Fishing" from Third Year Fly Fisher


"The Driftless Region, Wisconsin" from Fly Fishing the Ozarks