The second longest river in the United States creates incredible opportunities for reeling in keepers. Regardless of your experience and no matter your technique, the Mississippi River will always reward you with significant catches. Named one of the top rivers for catching ice fish, and deservedly so, this formidable body of water must be experienced at least once in every angler’s life. FishAnywhere’s Mississippi River fishing charters offer the most exciting guided group trips so that you can embark on this epic adventure together with your family and friends. Come enjoy the majestic landscapes and collect a keeper or two.It’s common knowledge that the Mississippi River is the second longest river in the United States, but you don’t need to follow it from its source all the way to the Gulf of Mexico to find a good angling spot. The opportunities for catching keepers are incredible all along the Mississippi River’s flow: everything from ice fishing for crappie, panfish, bluegill, or perch in the north, to flats fishing for redfish, spotted sea trout, black drum, sheepshead and more in the south! Whichever you prefer, fishing the Mississippi River is the ultimate adventure. The Mississippi River is available for fishing year-round in the south, especially near the Delta in Louisiana. In the north, the most plentiful fishing is during the cold winter months of December, January, and February. It’s only natural that ice fishing on this stream results in massive catches when the temperature drops well below freezing, but ardent anglers such as yourself rarely mind being out in the cold. Just grab your warmest blanket and come defy the elements together with our fishing crew. Being one of the most productive ice fishing destinations in the US, the Mississippi River is brimming with great opportunities. You can see experienced anglers ice fishing, spinning, fly fishing, and wading all along this river’s flow. Don’t miss this brilliant opportunity to master these techniques.Ice fishing is a brilliant exercise of patience that truly pays off on the Mississippi River. The second largest river in the US may not be the most diverse body of water you’ll fish, but it’s definitely among the most generous ones. Whichever technique you use, you’re sure to catch sizable crappies, panfish, bluegills, and perch. And since no particular fishing experience is needed, virtually anyone can do it.With such a long flow and so many fish to choose from, angling the Mississippi River can be a bit tricky without a professional fishing guide. Luckily, our experienced and friendly crew from FishAnywhere will be there to show you around and take you to the most productive fishing spots known only to locals. We guide groups of all sizes, so feel free to bring everyone along. Check out our Mississippi River fishing charters from our team of licensed fishing captains today!