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A record 22.5" trout was caught in August, 2014, the largest ever since Jean and Mark took over the Trout Farm.

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Matthew and dad with brook trout
Matthew and dad caught the last trout of the season.

Grandpa, child and fish
Fishing with grandpa is fun at the trout farm.

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Century Trout Farm
Oregon, WI
Offering high quality rainbow and brook trout fishing
in a quiet, park-like setting
Established in 1960

More Info: 608-835-9712

We regret to announce that because of our age and the work load...
We're Going Out of Business
December 1, 2015
No new fish will be added after May 1
Thanks to everyone for a great 50+ years!

<Summer on the pond
It's always a little cooler by the pond.

Swan on spring pond Well fed trout are waiting to test your line while the swans watch.

November 8, 2015: Water clarity has greatly
improved but challenging
fishing conditions continue.
Fewer than 10 fish remain in the pond,
making fishing difficult, especially
for young children.
Call 608-835-9712
if you'd like more information.

After School - Camp Oaks program visits the trout farm
The After School - Camp Oaks program from Madison visited the trout farm in July.
Spring pond with visit from Evansville Manor residents
The trout farm welcomed residents
from the Evansville Manor. More photos
Julian with 2006's record 21 inch Rainbow.
Julian caught a 21" Rainbow
on Oct. 29, 2006 a record
for that year at the Century Trout Farm.
Group of kids with fish.
Kids enjoy having their birthday parties at the Trout Farm.
Father and son
A special time for father and son...
Boy with fish
Wow! I caught that fish!
Trail camera captures evening visitors to trout farm
Coon eating guts Possum enjoys a meal Stag deer wanders by
Guts left for the "wild animals" don't last long.

Trout farm sign Second Trout Farm sign

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