Town of Brule Wisconsin

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Brule WI

The Town of Brule has 627 Residents and was first settled November 13th 1886 along the Northern Pacific Railroad (Now the Tri-County Corridor) linking Superior Wi, and Ashland Wi.  Brule celebrated its official centennial in 2007.  Ulysses Grant, Calvin Coolidge, Herbert Hoover, Harry Truman, and Dwight Eisenhower have also summered there in some of the Adirondack style lodges built by prominent families in the early 20th century.  Brule is situated on one of the nation's premiere trout streams, the Bois Brule River, home to salmon and numerous trout species (brown, brook, and steelhead/rainbow).