How It Works
Rushing Waters Fisheries raises beautiful rainbow trout in 56 natural ponds, and the biggest fellas end up in our fishing pond!
Fishing is open year-round. Yep, winter too because our spring fed ponds stay around 50 degrees all the time. We provide poles, bait, buckets and no license required. When you arrive, come to the Farm Store to check in and pick up your equipment. A short walk gets you to the fishing pond where the action begins!
Fish Prep Options
After fishing, bring your catch back to the store and one of our experts will prepare your fish for the ride home. Spring, summer and fall you can choose to either clean your own fish (Self Clean) or have us dress and fillet your fish for you (House Clean). See below for current rates.
Your fish are weighed live before cleaning. You can either YOU CLEAN, take them home as-is to clean yourself, or WE CLEAN where one of our experts will either head off dress or fillet your trout for you. All are packed on ice for the trip home.
YOU CLEAN = $8.50 / lb.
WE CLEAN = $9.50 / lb.
Your choice of Head Off Dressed or Filleted.
PLEASE NOTE: Please call ahead to be sure we have fish cleaning services on the weekend you’d like to come out. During the week we for sure will have our professional fish fillet masters on duty to clean and prep your fish!
We are open all year! Watch the weather and consider joining the “I Caught a Trout Every Month Club”!
- Monday – Friday: Open at 9, Done Fishing By 3
- Saturday – Sunday: Open at 10, Done Fishing by 3
- You must keep what you catch. No release.
- You must use our rods, reels and bait.
- No carry in food or beverages. Check out our store for snacks. We’ll even lend you a cooler to keep your beverages icy cold!
- No pets on the farm, please.
- No sad faces!
We’re Open For Fishing All Winter! Our ponds have a continuous flow of 50 degree artesian spring water so they never freeze!
You’ll love coming to our 80 acre farm to relax and get back to nature. Families and friends make memories. You’ll cherish the experience of your kids landing their first trout and telling stories of the one that got away.