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  • Full Day Trips include 8-9 hours of fishing. Any time after that is subject to $50/hour surcharge.
  • 2 Weeks Notice and 50% Deposit Required.
  • 72 Hour cancellation notice is appreciated.
  • Rates are subject to change.
  • Gratuities are always appreciated.
  • We Practice Strict Catch and Release Fishing.


  • Casting and Fishing Instruction
  • Terminal Tackle
  • Use of a Demo Rod
  • Stream-side Lunch
  • Transportation from Madison, WI



  • Rainwear and Layered Clothing
  • Waders
  • Personal Fly Fishing Tackle
  • Polarized Sunglasses
  • Hat and Sunscreen
  • Wisconsin Fishing License and Trout/Salmon Stamp
  • Camera
  • Eagerness to learn and have fun

Contact Craig Amacker for more information at 1-800-257-7666 or

Join us on the Southwest Wisconsin spring creeks in pursuit of wild brown trout on a fly. Lots of fish, prolific insect hatches, moderate current, and open casting space make this the best classroom for trout fishing. Novice anglers will learn new skills, and advanced anglers can hone existing skills in both nymph and dry fly fishing.

$350 / Day / 1 Angler
$400 / Day / 2 Anglers

$225 / Half-Day / 1 Angler
$250 / Half-Day / 2 Anglers


Join us on the Wisconsin River for a unique float trip for feisty smallmouth bass. This fast and furious action peaks when other fisheries are less productive due to mid-summer heat. We float the river in a Wenona Spirit II canoe that takes us to mid-river islands inaccessible to the wading angler. It’s a wilderness setting ½ hour from Madison, WI.

June - August
$350 / Day / 1 Angler
$400 / Day / 2 Anglers

$225 / Half-Day / 1 Angler
$250 / Half-Day / 2 Anglers


Join us on the Lake Michigan Tributaries for hard-charging salmon and acrobatic steelhead. This is the Midwest's Alaska-large runs of migratory salmonids with a chance to catch a fish longer than your arm-without the bears and pricey airfares.

March - April; October -November
$350 / Day / 1 Angler
$400 / Day / 2 Anglers


Instruction is designed to teach a novice angler how to catch trout on a fly in our Black Earth Creek Campus classroom. We will cover casting, knots, equipment selection, entomology, stream reading, and fishing techniques. We'll hit the stream to put newly learned techniques to work. Some equipment is provided - please check with the instructor when scheduling. Wisconsin Fishing License and Inland Trout Stamp Required.

By Appointment

$150 / 8:00 am - 4:00 pm / Person


Join us for a hands-on class where you'll learn basic fly casting fundamentals! This class is suitable for beginners and we'll also cover advanced techniques for experienced anglers.

Our classroom at Lakeview Park in Middleton, WI provides a unique setting for both dry land and on-water casting instruction. Classes are taught by a Federation of Fly Fishers Certified Fly Casting Instructor with beginning and distance casting classes offered. Equipment is provided.



Saturday, April 28th, 2018  |  REGISTER
Saturday, May 12th, 2018  |  REGISTER
Saturday, June 16th, 2018  |  REGISTER

$60 / Person  |  9AM - 11AM

Private lessons available by appointment.



2018 Hosted Destination Trips: Dates To Be Determined

Rumble in the Jungle: Peacock Bass Fishing in Columbia

Estancia Aurelia, Tiera del Fuego Argentina: Sea-run Brown Trout


Please call Craig at 608.833.9191 for more information.