Wisconsin Atlas & Gazetteer printed by DeLorme. A definite must have for the traveling angler. Every serious fly fisherman will have this with then on every outing. Many people mark up the maps in this book to keep track of places that they find, or others help others find places to fish. When you see to fly anglers with their Gazetteers out you, know that they are sharing info on where the big one are! Contains topographic maps with unbeatable detail, plus gazetteer information on great places to go and things to do.
Trout Streams of Wisconsin and Minnesota An Angler’s Guide to More Than 120 Rivers and Streams, Second Edition (Paperback) by Jim Humphrey and Bill Shogren. Wisconsin and Minnesota together boast more than 12,500 miles of designated trout waters in more than 3,000 streams. In this completely updated and expanded second edition, the authors have added information on many new streams. Veteran anglers Humphrey and Shogren describe their native trout waters with an evocative sense of place that conveys not only the details but also the experience an angler can expect. 40 black and white photographs This is one book that will give you detail on which bridge to start at!
Upper Midwest Flies That Catch Trout and How to Fish Them by Ross A. Mueller. An excellent source of information about patterns, tactics, and streams. It contains over 100 fly patterns that will catch trout in the Upper-Midwest. Goes beyond the common patterns to describe variations that will fool educated trout. This book is well written and researched and is easily the best book dealing with Wisconsin Fly Fishing.