Over twenty years ago the Brule River Sportsmen's Club and the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources teamed up to build a Brook Trout Spawning Habitat in the head water section of the Bois Brule River, a Lake Superior tributary. Spawning habitat at this location was severely degraded by beaver activity and turn of the century stream-side forest logging. In 1994, a test project was designed and built to see if we could improve Brook Trout population success by confining the channel and adding washed uncrushed spawning size gravel (1/4 to 1/2 inch). The channel was confined by building banks of hand carried trap rock and when complete gravel was also hand carried to the site from the road side nearby. That fall many brook trout showed up at the end of October and successfully reproduced on the improvement site. It was so successful that the club came back in 1996 and built two more spawning sites a short distance downstream of the initial location. Brook trout have successfully reproduced on the projects habitat improvements each and every year since. This short video documents the projects history and success. All included video was collected at the habitat improvement site. This work will continue producing similar results for many decades to come as long as problem beaver continue to be controlled.