LaSalle Fish and Wildlife Area
|LaSalle Fish and Wildlife Area|
IUCN category IV (habitat/species management area)
|Location||Lake and Newton counties, Indiana, USA|
|Nearest city||Lake Village, IN|
|Area||3,797 acres (15.4 km2)|
|Governing body||Indiana Department of Natural Resources|
LaSalle Fish and Wildlife Area is a protected area that covers 3,797 acres (1,537 ha) dedicated to providing hunting and fishing opportunities. It is located south on County Road 650W, near Lake Village, Indiana on the Kankakee River.
During the spring migration (March), waterfowl are at their peak abundance. Hunting is permitted during the appropriate seasons.
- Wildlife Viewing
- Ice Fishing
- Dog Training Area
- Boat Ramp
- "LaSalle". Indiana Department of Natural Resources. Retrieved October 13, 2012.
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