Chippewa Flowage

Sawyer - Wisconsin


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  • 150 spots

Walleye are the most pursued gamefish in the Chippewa Flowage. This lake has historically always maintained a moderate to high density population of Walleye. Good spawning habitat is responsible for good recruitment.

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Chippewa Flowage Fishing Reports

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  1. 7 feet of water

    Smallmouth Bass with a Ned rig

  2. 8-10

    Largemouth Bass with a skirted Ned rig

  3. Details: Black Crappie with a Lindy Frostee Jigs

    using frostee spoons with wax worms and minnows

  4. Here’s a pic from way back in the flip phone days..... lol. Still my best northern

    24 lb. 40 in. Northern Pike

    1. Bryan Harper 0
      I caught mine in the fall.
    2. Bryan Harper 0
      I think yours might be a little fatter than the one I caught? Great catch Chad!🎣🍻
    3. Chad M 0
      guessing that’s around what this weighed, it was preseason so she was a fatty.
    4. Bryan Harper 0
      Awesome Northern! My best Northern here in Colorado is 40 1/2” somewhere in the 18-20 lb range which I caught at Harvey Gap Res. near Silt(Rifle),Co in 2016!🤙🍻
    5. Buddy Pierce 0
      a dam whale!!!
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  5. 22 in. Walleye

    1. eric schuelke 0
      I’m heading up tomorrow. look for stumps, points, fish should be moving shallower now
    2. John Ruggiero 0
      nice eye, heading up to the chip on Saturday the 31st, any tips.
    3. Bob Gleason 0
      A beauty!
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  6. 20 in. Smallmouth Bass

    1. eric schuelke 0
      fish will always be fatter on a river, fighting current. it was what I put down, no reason to make it up
    2. Tony Callies 0
      Nice Flowage Smallie! Looks good to me...
    3. Rick S 0
      Nice Smallmouth!
    4. Steve Wendt 0
      good fish, question your tape tho! 😂, my 19' S are twice as fat on a smaller river!
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  7. 16 in. Walleye with a crawler

  8. 19 in. Smallmouth Bass with a crawler

    1. Robert Berry 0
      Love those smallies! Good for you.
    2. dave miller 0
      thanks beckie
    3. Beckie Gaskill 0
      Dang! Looking at your pics, I might have to learn how this walleye crawler harness thing works! Congratulations on some nice brown bass!
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