Fishing the Chippewa Flowage
The Chippewa Flowage has over 17,000 acres of water, 140 islands and over 200 miles of shoreline. Whether it’s your 1st time fishing the Chippewa Flowage or you just want a few helpful tips, we highly recommend that you get a professional guide. After you’ve picked up on a few tips, and learned the how’s and why’s of picking out fishing spots, set out on your own Chippewa Flowage Fishing trip…. Now you won’t be guessing “where do I start?”
Pat’s Landing and Oak Shores are located along the South West shoreline of the Chippewa Flowage off of Chief Lake. Treelands “The Original”, Timber Kove and the Treeland Farm RV Resort are located in the North Central part of the Chippewa Flowage, centered around Musky Bay.
Give us a call if you have any questions regarding guides and we’re happy to steer you in the right direction!
A few helpful links below:
Hayward Guide Service, Inc.
Call Randy at 715-634-0500
Chuck Roehl Guide Service
Welcome to Big Chip Guide Service. Start your vacation off right by letting me, your guide, Tim Czub, show you Lake Chippewa Flowage. It’s also known as “The Big Chip.”
Randy Gutsch Guide Service
Randy Gutsch has been a licensed guide in the Hayward area since 1980, and is a member of the Hayward Guides Association, born and raised on the Chippewa Flowage.
PETE RICH GUIDE SERVICE
Trophy musky hunts in the Hayward area. Pete also offers action trips on Haywards smaller less pressured lakes.
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