The Northwest Indiana Steelheaders Inc. is a non-profit organization.
 We are dedicated to educating the general public and promoting anadromous sport fishing in the Great Lakes and their tributary streams and rivers..

Rich Hedgepeth  President
Mike Ryan  Vice President
Jean Hedgepeth, Secretary
Janet Ryan, Treasurer

Paul Nicksic              2016
Chris Brown              2017
Gary Heminger        2017
Gene Cerniak           2017
Walt Stepankow       2016
Ron Kasza                2016
Mike Hayman           2016
Bernie Hayman        2016
Roque Ybarra           2017
Mary Ryba                 2017
Rich Racine              2017

Newsletter  PDF Writer
Jean Hedgepeth

Membership Chairman
Bill Burket
All Membership Questions & NWIS Property Acess should be directed to the Membership Chairman

Web Master
Jean Hedgepeth

We have great news. We have a new General Meeting place. As you know , the Izaak Walton burnt down in early summer and we scoured the area for a new meeting place. We will be meeting on Friday August 26,2016  at The Westchester Service Center  at 100 W. Indiana, Chesterton IN. Directions: - 100 W Indiana Ave, Chesterton, IN 46304 to 100W Indiana Ave, Chesterton, IN 46304 - 100 W Indiana Ave, Chesterton, IN46304 Shared from Bing Maps Our guest Speaker will be Roger Hinchcliff from the Steelhead Manifesto.

   August  6, 2016  Wild Game Cookout  Indiana State Fair

   August 10, 2016 --  Cease stocking Chinook salmon  Lake Michigan Fisheries Management Team   7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the American Legion Post 451, 121 Skwiat Legion Ave., Michigan City.

   August 28th 2016  Annual NWI        Steelheaders Picnic  Noon to 4:00 p.m. 

   August 26  2016  -- 7:00 p.m.  General Meeting  Westchester Service Center at 100 W. Indiana, Chesterton IN Guest Speaker Roger Hinchcliff
From left to right: Gary Heminger,Walt Stepankow,Rich Hedgepeth,Jean Hedgepeth,Mike Ryan
Thanks to all who came to the Wild game Cookout at the Indiana State Fair. Alll those who participated had a great time. We along with the Indianapolis Fly Fishers served about 200 lbs. of steelhead to the general public.