WCO Guide Service - Tippecanoe River

Indiana's Most Diverse Fly Fishing Experience!

WCO has been guiding the Tippacnoe River since 1996. According to the Nature Conservancy the Tippecanoe River is the 6th most biologically diverse river in North America. The numbers of game species is staggering. Smallmouth Bass are the predomiante species we pursue but there are certainly plenty of other critters to keep it interesting.

Here is a list of some of the species in the Tippy: Smallmouth, Largemouth Bass, Spotted Bass, Longear, Bluegill, White Bass, Wipers, Walleye, Sauger, Rock Bass and a few we are forgetting. There are also a number of endangered species of darters, smaller fishes and freshwater muscles. Noe of this exists without great water quality. To put it clearly the Tippy is a special place.


The Tippy is 182 miles long and is fed by 88 natural lakes in the northern part of Indiana. We guide 2 different parts of the Tippecanoe River. We guide a couple of sections down stream of Winimac State Park and a couple of sections below Oakdale Dam to the Wabash River. The lower section is primarily a Smallmouth fishery with the aforementioned other critters.

For more info email us at mike@mwoutfitters.com

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