Timber Coulee Creek
Timber Coulee has been the recipient of about half a million dollars worth of stream improvements. This creates an artificial looking stream, running narrow and swiftly mostly through cow pastures. The upside is that natural reproduction is so good that fish are taken out and planted into other area streams. Timber Coulee doesn’t experience the warm temperatures that plague the West Fork of the Kickapoo. Fish don’t tend to be as large here, but they are plentiful.
There are a few places where the mobile angler can get away from the crowds. I prefer many of the older (improved during the CCC days) sections. Habitat is so good that fish are too plentiful and forage fish, needed to produce large trout, are almost non-existent.
Timber Coulee supports most of the usual spring creek hatches. Most notables are the Tricos and little black caddis.
Home of the West Fork Sportsman’s Club in Avalanche Wisconsin.
Castle Rock some of the most challenging fishing in Wisconsin.
Black Earth Creek, close to Madison WI.
A lot done on the Big Green River.