Best Wisconsin Fly Fishing Rivers

Wisconsin has 2 fly fish spots.

  August 3, 2016

Located in the US, the fly fishing in Wisconsin is known for two nice fly fishing destinations. The best Wisconsin fly fishing based on popularity are considered to be Kinnickinnic River and Black Earth Creek. For a detailed fly fishing river description and printable river access map, just select a Wisconsin fly fishing river or stream below.

Where Can I Fly Fish In Wisconsin?

Wisconsin Fly Fishing Resources

FEATURED:  Kinnickinnic River


  July 13, 2016

East of Minneapolis near River Falls in western Wisconsin, the Kinnickinnic River (aka Kinni River) is popular with fly fishermen. When fly fishing on the Kinni River, you can expect to find plenty of brook trout. There are twenty-three public access points upstream of River Falls spread along the main Kinnickinnic River, the South Fork of the Kinnickinnic River and the Parker Creek.

FEATURED:  Black Earth Creek


  August 3, 2016

West of Madison and Cross Plains, the Black Earth Creek is well known for its fly fishing of brown trout, rainbow trout and brook trout. The Black Earth Creek starts as a spring west of Madison and runs to the Wisconsin River confluence. It is a Class 1 trout stream and is known for some prolific hatches. The best section for fly fishing on the Black Earth Creek is downstream of South Valley Road where there is public access.