Chippewa Flowage

Sawyer - Wisconsin


  • 178 catches

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  • 182 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. Muskie Bay

    1. Dave Miller 0
      us too in the tamarack
    2. Bill Baldwin 0
      Yes
    3. Dave Miller 0
      are you staying at treelands
    4. Dave Miller 0
      are you staying at treelands
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  2. Muskellunge with a Mepps Musky Killer Spinner

  3. Details: 19 in. Northern Pike

    Rob caught one cast

  4. Details: 13 in. Smallmouth Bass with a Mepps Aglia Ultra Lite Spinner

    Spinner

  5. Details: 3 lb. 14 oz. 18 in. Northern Pike with a Mepps Aglia-e Spinner

  6. Eli caught 17 3/4”

    3 lb. 7 oz. 221 in. Smallmouth Bass with a mepps

  7. Details: 2 lb. 2 oz. 16 in. Smallmouth Bass with a Mepps Aglia Ultra Lite Spinner

    Charlie caught off pier

  8. Details: 13 in. Walleye with a leaches

  9. Details: 3 lb. 12 in. Northern Pike

  10. Details: 17 in. Northern Pike with a Mepps Plain Aglia Spinner

    Eli it had 3 war wounds on its side from a musky

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