Fritz Funk served as tour guide for a journey through the immense Black River Delta. After many twists and turns, Lytles Landing was reached. The last couple years of high water has brought many changes. … Continue reading
The FUMFS group received word that it received funding for a 540 gallon aquarium to use as a fish and mussel diplay at the La Crosse Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office. Thanks to the Paul E. Stry Foundation for their … Continue reading
Find out the scientific explanation for the near absence of mayflies this summer from La Crosse area pools.
River enthusiasts have been venturing out into a safer, shallower river in the past few weeks to enjoy scenes like this. As a bonus, fishing has been phenomenal as well. … Continue reading
This photo, taken in Broken Arrow slough near La Crosse, shows a maple turning color in the month of August. … Continue reading
The river is still well above its normal mid-summer level. The water above and below the Onalaska spillway are at the same height! This vegetation has grown right up the woodline. … Continue reading
A few weeks ago I went down to Goose Isalnd in the boat. The water was very high, fast current, chocolate milk in color. Part of the Goose Island campground was under water. Wake from boats was an issue. Haven’t … Continue reading