The FRWC headquarters is located on the beautiful "River Road", Hwy. 35, about
15 miles north of Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin. The Falling Rock Bar sits next
to the shelter built by the club which houses a kitchen, seating area, cupboards,
picnic tables and is used for many of the events which the club holds.
The hills which surround the shelter and the Mississippi River located just across
from the shelter area, give the perfect surroundings for this club which serves
all who love the adventure of Walleye fishing and encourages an active participation
in any type of fishing on the waters nearby.
Many times during the summer you'll see a gathering of the FRWC members down at the
shelter for one of the events which the club holds. All are invited to join in and
take part in this infamous Walleye club, and good sportsmanship is always encouraged.
So when driving down Highway 35, between Prairie du Chien and Lynxville, a mile south
of Lock & Dam #9, make a point to stop in to visit some of the members, or just enjoy
a break. The river is the perfect place to fish, whether from shore or in a boat, but
try to find out exactly what the FRWC is all about, you'll be glad you did.