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Farm-Fresh Rainbow Trout
Rainbow trout has long been sought after for its flavor and freshness and is a staple in seafood dishes throughout the country. Native to North America, it is widely raised at fisheries and farms in climates that can sustain the necessary cold-water environment. Admired for its subtle nutty taste and pleasant texture, farmed rainbow trout is also considered one of the safest varieties of fish for both the environment and the consumer.
It’s always rush hour in Palmyra, wisconsin.
Not on the country roads surrounding the small village, but beneath the shimmering surface of more than 50 freshwater ponds just to the southwest. Palmyra, the site of Rushing Waters Fisheries, where the region’s crystal-clear artesian spring water – held at a temperature of 49 degrees – helps produce the freshest rainbow trout in the Midwest.
Look for this seafood favorite featured on the menu at our signature restaurants this month, and discover the delightful quality of locally-raised, farm-fresh fish.
Rushing waters fisheries
Rushing Waters Fisheries, Wisconsin’s largest trout farm sits on 80 acres in Palmyra, Wisconsin. Featuring fish grown in 49°F water temperature year-round, all of their trout are harvested to order and prepared on-site to FDA guidelines.
With a focus on local, fresh, and delicious fish, Rushing Waters has become a leading provider of Rainbow Trout in the Midwest.