Fishing, Family, Fun 

Wolf River Resorts

After working in several different locations in downtown Winneconne since 1996, Chris "Critter" Boucher wanted to create a facility that could not only meet the needs of an avid sportsman looking to purchase goods but also create an environment that all could enjoy.
In 2006, Critter teamed up with Andy "Woodeye" Woods to create their dream business.  Critter expanded on his previous sporting good store and made a huge 5400 square foot store.  Connected to the store, Woodeye opened a Bar and Grill to accommodate hungry archers and their families.  They also created Wisconsin's Largest Indoor Archery Range to give archers all over the area a place to sight-in and have a good time.
Since the beginning, Critter and Woodeye's dream business grew into something bigger than either could have hoped for. Critter expanded his shop to serve not just fisherman and bow hunters, but to handle firearms, a large selection of crossbows, and even act as a Minnkota warranty repair center.  Woodeye grew his bar and grill into a business that serves a large array of food and beverages to all community members and not just the outdoor sport lovers.
Critter and Woodeye have also made several great events possible.  Every January they host Party on Poygan which raises money to help get children involved in the community and interested in outdoor activities. In May, Critter and Woodeye have a Walleye Tournament that gives out thousands of dollars in prize money.  They also sponsor several activities; kids fishing contests, Sovereign State Trout Pond, BullsEye for Youth Outdoor Activity Day, and many other activities for local organizations.

  • Over 30 acres of public park in the village.
  • Boat Launching & Docking Facilities
  • Fishing on the Main Street Bridge
  • Fin 'n' Feather Showboat II Cruises
  • Historical Society Museum Complex
  • AirAdventure Museum - Oshkosh
  • Sovereign State Days - An annual community celebration highlights the rich history of Winneconne dating back to 1967.
  • Snowmobile Trails
  • Nature Trails


Situated on the Wolf River with access to over 160,000 acres of waterway access to Lake Winneconne, Lake Poygan, Lake Butte des Morts, and Lake Winnebago, Winneconne is home to the finest walleye and whitebass fishing in Wisconsin.  90 miles north of Milwaukee, 60 miles south of Green Bay


Enjoy our many fine restaurants; visit our stores and gift/specialty shops for a variety of unique items. Play a round of golf or take a river boat cruise. Visit our museums and the Kay Wilde Doll Cottage. Take time to enjoy our parks and beautiful lake country.  Winneconne offers something for everyone.



The Winneconne area is known for it's excellent fishing, especially from the

Main Street Bridge.  The annual walleye and whitebass run bring millions of fish under the bridge in Winneconne as they migrate north to their spawning habitat

Winneconne Community

What's Biting When

Nestled along the banks of the Wolf River, adjacent to the FAMOUS WINNECONNE BRIDGE, the Wolf River Resorts has everything you could want for a weekend fishing trip with the family.  Three Resorts  in three locations, Wolf River House, Pinecrest Cottages or Lakeland Resort.  Enjoy fishing boat or pontoon boat rentals, walk downtown Winneconne and take a gander at the gift shops, restaurants, local pubs and man-mad swimming beach.  Stay at the location that best suits you and your vacation.

Established over 100 years ago, Owned and Operated by the Neslon Family since 1973