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Treeland Resorts Est. in 1928

Pat's Landing - Est. in 2005

Treelands - The Original - Est. in 1928

Oak Shores - Est. in 1997

Timber Kove - Est. in 2003

Treeland Farm RV Park - New in 2013

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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...

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

Pat's Grill & Bar

Pat's Grill & Bar

Wifi In our Lodge

Swap stories with friends and family, while enjoying your favorite beverage in the friendly atmosphere of our "smoke free" air conditioned bar and grill right on the waters edge! From your barstool, you're able to oversee all of the action unfolding in front of you on Chief Lake! Watch your favorite sporting event on one of the stellite TV's, or check your email with the free WiFi inside or outside! ...... More info...

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Full Service Lodge & Restaurant at Treeland's

Treeland's Lodge & Restaurant

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

Chippewa Flowage Fishing ReportChippewa Flowage Fishing Reports

Date: 2015-09-30


Walleye fishing has been relatively slow given the time of year, but keep in mind that the weather has been just like summer for the entire month of September. With the weather now cooling off expect Walleyes to become more and more aggressive and move into their fall patterns. The more the water cools, the more you will want to fish with larger minnows and deeper in the holes.


Musky for the past month have been very active. Over the last few days they have been a tad slower, but with the cold front coming through now finally they may turn on. The tendencies have been similar to summer patterns but expect that to change over the next week or two with conditions gradually becoming cooler and more in tune with Autumn weather.


Northern Pike have been predominantly quiet most of this season but lately they have been making a surge here in the early fall. People report catching many Pike on baits ranging from Nightcrawlers to Spinnerbaits. This time of year given the weather conditions I would still be fishing weed beds and bars for the Pike.


The Crappies are not in Moore's Bay yet, but they certainly are active. I am getting many reports specifically from the West Side of the lake that the Crappies are super active on the cribs. The cribs in the Blueberry Flats and Chief Lake have been producing fantastic amounts of Crappies lately on various baits from Crappie Minnows to Gulp! Micro Baits. With the temperature seeming to drop starting this morning however, expect to see those Crappies begin to school up in a week or two providing the temperature remains cooler.


Fall Color Report: It is still predominantly green outside, however, we are starting to see a few trees changing colors. Stay tuned for more updates as the colors on the trees mature.


The five day forecast is looking like mostly sunny all week with temperatures ranging from the low 60s for highs and the mid 30s for lows. I think Fall weather is finally upon us. We just got our first frost of the year this morning so expect to see the fish beginning to follow their fall patterns shortly.

Water Level

2.5-3 Feet down

Water Temp

69 Degrees and Dropping