On his way home from a couple of real estate photography drone missions, my husband stopped the other day at Stone’s Bridge Landing to capture this aerial footage of the upper Brule River.
Al insists it was work-related, and that he wasn’t just hanging out by the river chatting with steelhead fishermen, flying his drone back and forth, and watching the aquatic vegetation wave gently in the current.
But I’m skeptical. You’ll see why when you watch this video. I mean, you can look up and down the river for miles and not see a single house. Where’s all that Northwest Wisconsin real estate we’re supposed to be selling?
Oh, well. The leaves were just beginning to turn, and it was a beautiful fall day on one of America’s premiere trout streams. If you watch carefully in the low-altitude scenes, you’ll spot a couple of trout rising to the surface. Check it out.
To follow up on my previous post, here are a few more springtime scenes from the Brule river. Enjoy! And if you’d like to live just a few blocks from the river, right in the small town of Brule, Wisconsin, then check out this two-bedroom home on Spruce Avenue, Brule, WI.
Here, for your viewing pleasure, is a video of the Brule River. Notice the ice shelves still remaining along the shoreline? What some people won’t do to have a good time! That water looks cold, but apparently the fancy neoprene waders make fishing in these temperatures halfway comfortable.
P.S. If you’d like to live just a few blocks from the river, right in the small town of Brule, WI, then check out this two-bedroom log home on Spruce Ave. It has two fireplaces – just in case you’d rather relax by the fire than wade around in rapidly flowing ice water all day. Not that there’s anything wrong with that.