Fordham Creek is about 7 miles long and is mostly a class 1 trout stream with Brook, Brown and Rainbow Trout. For the most part, the creek starts at about 6th Ct in both Adams Township and Preston Township of Adams County, Central Wisconsin and flows to the west towards Adams-Friendship. Along the way parts of it are turned into public land owned and easement by the WI DNR call the Remnant Fordham Creek. At 10th Ave Fordham Creek give its water to Little Roche-A-Cri Creek then flows into Friendship Lake. Once the water enters the lake it’s no longer considered a trout stream. Then the water flows through the Friendship Hydro Dam past Friendship Park all the way to Castle Rock Lake Wisconsin’s 4th largest in land body of water which is part of the Wisconsin River Flowages system at flows all the way to the edge of WI an ends into the Great Mississippi.
More about REM-Fordham Creek which has 2 locations: the first area of public land area is about 37 acres mostly wooded with row pines along Cty Rd J then turns into a small meadow heading north into a mix woods with a steep slope before the creek that is surrounded by lowlands. The second location is south of Cty Rd J just east of 8th Ave and is an easement just along the creek mostly in the lowlands of the creek bed. This section is about 1,900 feet along the Fordham creek.
Types of Trout Fish: Brook Trout, Brown Trout and Rainbow Trout!
PUBLIC ACCESS POINTS - Remnant Fordham Creek off of County Road J
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Fordham Creek Wisconsin
Class 1 Trout Stream
Rainbow Trout Stream
Brook Trout Stream