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Trump Coulee Fish Rearing Station

DNR Fisheries Areas

Trump Coulee Fish Rearing Station is 424 acres, 25 of which are developed into a 14-acre fish rearing pond. The fish rearing pond is not open to the public. The uplands include mixed hardwood forests, red pine plantation, and limited small grass openings.


Trump Coulee Fish Rearing Station is located on the western border of Jackson County, about 3 miles south of the Village of Taylor. Take County Hwy N south from the Village of Taylor, go 3 miles on County Hwy N and then go right on Kennedy Road, follow Kennedy Road for 3/4 mile; property is on the left side of Kennedy Road.


Angling opportunities

No angling allowed.

Recreational Opportunities

  • Hunting - small game, turkey, and deer
  • Trapping
  • Hiking
  • Cross-country skiing (no developed trails)
  • Wildlife viewing
  • Bird watching
  • Pets- Dogs must be on a leash April 15 - August 15
  • Berry picking


Trump Coulee Fish Rearing Station's objective is to raise fish for stocking Wisconsin waters and protect water quality.


For questions and comments contact:

Fisheries Biologist
Department of Natural Resources
910 Highway 54 E
Black River Falls, WI 54615