Rowan Creek Fishery Area
DNR Fisheries Areas
While the dominant species is brown trout, stream surveys have reported many other native fish such as brook trout, mottled sculpin, white sucker, American brook lamprey (a native, non-parasitic lamprey) brook stickleback, central mud minnow, black bullhead, and fathead minnow. Rowan creek is typically stocked with brown trout and rainbow trout.
Rowan Creek Fishery Area is a 651-acre property located 1 mile east of Poynette on US Hwy 51 and 2 miles west of Poynette on County Hwy CS in Columbia County.
Primary angling activities include fly fishing and angling via shore and wading.
Rowan Creek is primarily managed for trout.
For questions and comments contact:
Department of Natural Resources
N3344 Stebbins Rd
Poynette, WI 53955