De Lisle, a small village on De Lisle Bayou about 1.4 miles above the mouth of the Wolf River, has a fish camp at which berths and ice are available. A natural launching ramp and gasoline are available nearby.
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Wolf River empties into the E side of St. Louis Bay just above Bayou Portage. A dredged entrance channel leads N from a junction with Bayou Portage Channel for 1.6 miles to the mouth of the river. In 2011, the controlling depth was 5.5 feet. The channel is marked by a daybeacon and lights.
The highway bridge over Wolf River, mile 1.3, near De Lisle has a fixed span with a clearance of 28 feet. Overhead power cables at the bridge have a least clearance of 73 feet. A fixed highway bridge about 6.8 miles above the river mouth has a clearance of 16 feet. An overhead power cable about 0.4 mile W of the bridge has a clearance of 83 feet.