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Est. in 1928

Treelands - The Original - Est. in 1928

Pat's Landing - Est. in 2005

Oak Shores - Est. in 1997

Timber Kove - Est. in 2003

Treeland Farm RV Park - New in 2013

Treeland's The Original Pat's Landing Oak Shores Timber Kove Treeland Farm RV Park

5 Locations on the Chippewa Flowage all Designed to Exceed your Vacation Expectations!

Accommodations, Cabins, Vacation Homes, Motel, Chippewa Flowage, Hayward Lodging


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Marina Rentals

Marina Rentals

Explore the many islands and secluded bays of the "Flowage" with the family on a pontoons, or set out on the vast 17,000 acre Chippewa Flowage on one of our fishing rigs..... More info...

Chippewa Flowage Pontoon Rental

Dockside Gas Fishing Guide Services available Live Bait on site Lake Maps Free use of the Kayaks to guests Fishing Boat & Pontoon Rentals

Full Service Lodge & Restaurant

Lodge & Restaurant

Enjoy your favorite beverage, or a meal in the friendly atmosphere of our "Full Service" air-conditioned lodge as you make new friends and join the old.

Wifi In our Lodge

Our lodge has a full liquor bar, restaurant and game room. Our restaurant features Homemade Pizza ...... More info...

Full Service Lodge & Restaurant

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Chippewa Flowage Fishing ReportChippewa Flowage Fishing Reports

Date: 2015-10-10


Walleye have become slightly more active but are not in their fall spots just yet as the water is still a bit too warm. Some fishermen are reporting having luck fishing deeper in brush and deeper weeds in 20-25 feet during the day and afternoon with Nightcrawlers and Minnows. As the water temperatures drop further into the 40s in a week or two expect them to be going in their deeper fall holes.


Musky fishing has been average so far this week. A few nice fish were caught on suckers as well as some artificial baits. Usually at this time of the year it is almost strictly subsurface baits that are being used, but with the weather as nice as it has been it has been a mix of subsurface and surface lures that have been producing fish.


Crappie have been getting more and more active as time goes by. The Blueberry Flats have been probably the best spot so far this fall, but then there are other fishermen reporting seeing some Crappies in Hay Creek Bottoms and Moore's Bay. A variety of baits are being utilized from live bait to various different types of Crappie Jigs and Gulp! Micro Baits.


There has not been much to report on the Flowage lately for Bass fishing, however, Round Lake Smallmouth fishing has been great from the reports I have been hearing. Take larger sucker minnows and send them down into the cribs on the North and West ends of the lake primarily.


MUSKY SUCKER AVAILABILITY REPORT: So far so good....the Musky Sucker situation has been good all year. Availability continues to be very good and it does not look like there will be any shortage from now until the end of the season. FALL COLOR REPORT: The Fall colors really came out this week. The colors are starting to blend together and it looks absolutely beautiful. About another week or so and we should be at peak colors for the Fall.


This weekend will be in the high 60s on Saturday and the high 70s on Sunday...absolutely beautiful for this time of year. As we get into the rest of the week however, expect temperatures to be in the mid to high 50s with lows in the mid to high 30s at night with it being mostly sunny through Wednesday.

Water Level

2.5-3 Feet down

Water Temp

57 Degrees