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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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  • Acorn
  • Black Oak
  • Bur Oak
  • Cabin 102
  • Cabin 103
  • Condo 104 - 115, 117-118
  • Condo 119
  • Live Oak
  • Pin Oak
  • Red Oak
  • Scarlet Oak
  • White Oak
  • Willow Oak

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Chippewa Flowage Fishing ReportChippewa Flowage Fishing Reports

Date: 2015-05-30


Walleye fishing has been good on a variety of different locations. Deep wood, shallow humps, bog edges. All of these areas are holding walleyes. Many of the deep water spots are loaded with short walleyes and they must be sorted through to get keepers. Shallower humps are where we have been getting most of our larger walleyes. Action is not as fast but the results are worth it. The leech bite has been kind of hit or miss the past few days. Walleye minnows and Berkley Ribworms have gotten the majority of our bites.


Musky action has been good! We are seeing lots of fish and getting lots of them to commit. Smaller bucktails and topwaters have been our top two producers. A slower retrieve has been the way to go. We have been seeing far more fish on main lake structures as opposed to bays and creek arms. The presence of new weed growth is a must. Even if the weed growth isn’t all the way to the surface they will hold fish. Lots of awesome cabbage in the lake this year and the fish are all over it.


Pike action has been good on mid-depth bogs as well as in the shallow new weed growth. Cover lots of water with jerkbaits, spinner baits and large suckers. For the larger pike fish on the deeper weed edges or bog areas. 3-15 feet will be productive. The presence of bait fish is a must.


Crappies are still going great on bog edges and wood humps. Scout out a variety of areas and don’t begin fishing until you are marking fish. Fish with 2 inch gulp or fatheads to get bigger bites. Casting a jig will produce more fish than a bobber rig. A lot of nice crappies can be found in larger weed bays. Focus on the new weeds and stumps and cast beetle spins or jig and plastic combinations. Focus on depths from 4-12 feet.


With the high water, largemouth are tucked way back into the cattails and other shoreline structure. Flipping large creature baits into heavy cover will produce the better bites. The presence of wood and weeds is key. If fishing heavy cover isn’t your deal cast Texas rigged stick worms around the outside of these areas. Most fish are post spawn, however a few fish are still on beds. Smallmouth fishing is great right now. Fish are postspawn and can be caught on topwater as well as finesse rigs. Look for areas with rock and wood. Like the largemouth with the high water many of these fish are right tight to the bank. Dog walk topwaters have been the best. As far as finesse fishing goes it is tough to beat a tube or a stick worm on a jig head!


This fishing report brought to you by Tom Boley's Guide Service. The lake is now a little bit over full pool. Water temperatures are around 63 in the main lake and some of the bays are near 70. It looks like we will have a slight cool down coming early this week. Many fish are already in summer patterns. The past few warm days have been excellent for fishing!


The weekend forecast sees temperatures ranging from the high 50s to high 60s with mostly sunny weather. As the week progresses we will be seeing an increase in temperature into the mid 70s. Expect mostly sunny days until Wednesday where there is a chance of storms.

Water Level

A little above full pool

Water Temp

63 Degrees in the lake, near 70 degrees in the bays.