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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!


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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: 2015-08-29

Walleye

Walleye fishing is still a bit slow. They are catchable but you definitely have to put some work in. During the daylight hours, check out deeper areas of cover...brush, sunken bogs, and cribs and at night check out the weed and stump bar edges. Baits of choice are still nightcrawlers, beetlespins, and shallower running crank baits. Some folks are moving back to minnows. Also, while leeches are not available, the Uncle Josh Pork Leeches have been very popular this week. As per the weather section, the temperatures will be increasing this week so make sure you pay attention to surface temperatures. If surface temperatures start getting into the upper 70s...start considering fishing deeper. If they start increasing further into the lower 80s...you are definitely going to want to fish deep cover for the Walleyes regardless of time of day.

Musky

Musky have been superb this week. All action thus far reported has been primarily on bucktails, but also some action on Bull Dawgs and various surface baits. Congratulations to Nick Nicklas on a 50 Inch Musky caught on the Chip with an Orange Bucktail and an Orange Blade...the largest recorded so far here at Jenk's this season. They are still following typical summer patterns. Stay out deeper and cast drop offs and weed edges.

Northern

Pike have been unusually slow lately with not much to report. My suggestion if you are looking for Pike is to fish the weeds with Northern Suckers or rip weedless spoons and spinnerbaits through the weeds.

Crappie

Crappie have slowed down a bit since last week, but they are still relatively active. You will find them primarily on cribs and brush piles fishing with crappie minnows, Mini-mites, and Gulp! Plastics.

Bass

Largemouth Bass have not been excessively active and the ones that are being caught are either being caught in Moss Creek or on the west end of the lake. Smallmouth, however, are still going relatively strong on the far east side of the Flowage. Bass minnows have done very well along with nightcrawlers. For artificial baits, action has been seen on a variety of baits from spinners to frogs.

General

Starting to head into prime time Musky season folks! A couple of quick notes here...there are only two Revo Toros left for this year's line before the new ones come out next month. If you still want to get a Revo Toro under 300 dollars, make sure you give me a call soon as they have been flying out the door. If you wish to get your hands on the new Revo Toro Beasts coming out next month, I am still taking preorders.

Weather

Expect an absolutely beautiful week in weather. From Sunday through Thursday expect clear and sunny skies with temperatures reaching a high in the mid 80s all week. Friday you can expect a front to come in but with temperatures still remaining constant.

Water Level

a couple feet down

Water Temp

Low to Mid 70s