Fishing at Mill Creek Cabins
Our cabins are built on a small spring-fed lake. The fresh flowing water creates an ideal fishing and wildlife habitat. It is our goal to sustain and enhance this habitat for all of our guests to enjoy. We encourage our guests to enjoy the water in a responsible way and be courteous to each other especially when it comes to the use of water.
We do not supply any fishing equipment for our guests. Anyone fishing on our lake must follow all Wisconsin DNR fishing regulations. As we rebuild the fish population in our lake we only allow catch and release fishing. Using leeches or any other invasive species as bait is strictly prohibited and will result in a fine. Anyone found in violation of our fishing rules will result in additional charges.
If you are looking for a full-on fishing experience continue reading for a guide to fishing in the Richland Center area below
More Fishing Information
Class 1 and 2 trout streams can be found surrounding Mill Creek Cabins. In fact, Richland County has more miles of Trout Streams than anywhere else in the State of Wisconsin. Across the road from the entrance, you will find public access to Mill Creek, a class two-stream. This section of the creek has exceptional water quality and is home to many rare aquatic species.
Brook trout are plentiful in this stream with occasional brown trout. Below is a map of trout streams found in Richland County. Mill Creek Cabins is located near a Class 1 trout stream and several class 2 streams. If you are willing to take a short drive you'll be able to take advantage of some of the best trout fishing streams in the state.
Mill Creek Cabins