Southeast Wisconsin–Sheboygan River

Fish the Sheboygan River on the exclusive Kohler Wildlife Preserve property for migrating Lake Michigan brown trout and steelhead in the fall and spring.

The Sheboygan River meanders through the private and exclusive Kohler 500-acre wilderness preserve where anglers can pursue trophy spring steelhead or fall salmon, steelhead and brown trout.  Guide Matt Brush provides Kohler access and guide service for wading anglers in pursuit of migratory salmon, steelhead and brown trout making their way upstream from Lake Michigan.   The Kohler River Wildlife area in Kohler, Wisconsin, is the premier, private area of the Sheboygan River.  Located only two hours drive time from Chicago at 1116 West Riverside Drive, Kohler, Wisconsin.

Matt is a guide with Lord of the Flies Guide Service.  His contact information is:
Lords Of The Fly, LLC – Fly Fishing
920.540.1845
Mattmbrush@gmail.com   

Wisconsin Fishing License

Local Weather

 

A spring steelhead making its annual spawning run.
Lake Michigan lunker brown trout migrate up the Sheboygan river in the Fall.

 

SHEBOYGAN RIVER AT SHEBOYGAN, WI

  • Flow: 173 ft³/s
  • Water Level: 2.30 ft
USGS

KOHLER WILDLIFE PRESERVE LOCATION MAP