The region surrounding La Crosse, Wisconsin has a lot to offer the avid outdoorsman or woman.
The La Crosse region is home to the most unique and excellent fishing opportunities along the Mississippi River, tiny backwaters and to lakes that stretch into the thousands of acres. We’ve put together a guide for anglers arriving in La Crosse to fish these waters this spring and summer.
Fishing in the La Crosse Region with Jim Crowley More Fishing Info Explore La Crosse recently had the pleasure of sitting down with experienced angler and host of Hook & Hunt TV, Jim Crowley. Crowley has fished the Mississippi River from its most northern point all the way down to the mouth in Louisiana. However,… Read more »
Just a fun video with fun music about fishing! More on fishing HERE.
The Mighty Mississippi and it’s beautiful backwaters have proven to be a high class fishery time and time again. The river has served as a host to several major fishing tournaments such as the Bassmaster Elite, several Fishing League Worldwide (FLW) events, and most recently, the KBF Trail with Kayak Bass Fishing. See what… Read more »
La Crosse County is known for the bluffs but lest we forget about the other side of things. With the Mighty Mississippi and it’s back waters, Lake Onalaska, Lake Neshonoc, the La Crosse River AND the Black River, we have plenty of opportunities for those who seek to explore via paddling. Wondering where you can… Read more »
La Crosse is known by locals as the place where three rivers meet… The superstar of these three rivers is the Mississippi, first made famous by Mark Twain and his novel, “Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.” La Crosse has a population of just more than 50,000 people, and is considered one of the main… Read more »