Choctaw Island Wildlife Management Area
Covers 8300 acres and is an attraction and habitat for wildlife. The WMA features nine miles of nature trails and opportunities for bird watching and wildlife viewing. It has numerous deer and is being managed as a trophy deer area. Turkeys are plentiful as are squirrels, rabbits, doves and waterfowl in migrating months. Kate Adams Lake, Pothole Lake and the Mississippi River chute have bass, bream, crappie and catfish.