Just finished watching The Heart of the Driftless. It is a movie made about the spring creeks of the Driftless area of southwest Wisconsin. It’s called the Driftless area because it’s the only area of Wisconsin that was untouched by the glaciers during the last ice age. The area is wild and hilly and just full of natural springs and spring creeks.
The land management of this area has helped to produce streams that hold 3000 to 6000 trout per mile. Naturally reproducing brook and brown trout thrive in this perfect environment. This is a little known gem of the Midwest.
I really enjoyed the 60 minute film, but I have to complain that I wanted to throw my Tenkara gear in the car and head there ASAP. My wife might have something to say about that though.