Trout fishing requires some peculiar customs, like kissing the first trout you catch then releasing it. Wait for the trout fishing accessories, a vest with a plethora of pockets, pit-high waders, a wearable basket to stash your catch, and most of all they use strange vocabulary, like hackles, dead drift, midge, and Woolly Bugger. Once you get acclimated to these odd customs, you’ll spend most of your time hiking rivers and streams, watching wildlife. You’ll find us to be a haven for both amateur and hard-core fly fishers. Namekagon River is known for its wild brown trouts and brook varieties.