Trout streams in the Driftless Region of Wisconsin are well known to anglers throughout the Midwest, and beyond. In addition to outstanding fly fishing, these streams meander through valleys that provide picturesque views of a landscape rich with rock outcroppings, wooded slopes, pastures, and ancient barns. For those wishing to learn the art of fly fishing, or just returning to the hobby with a desire to tighten up their skillset, a “Learn to Fly Fish” class will be taking place at Pietrek Park in central Trempealeau County on May 31st. For more information check out the following link. If you’re an experienced angler looking for maps of trout fishing streams in Trempealeau County, this is a link to visit. There’s also work taking place to map trout stream easements throughout the County that provide access to privately owned stream banks, stay tuned for updates on the Take Time in Trempealeau County Facebook site or call 715-538-2311, Ext. 251. After a long winter, enjoy spring by exploring Trempealeau County with a fly rod!