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Treeland Farm RV Resort

Brand New in 2013. Featuring 75 full hookup sites available from May 1st through October 15th.

Treeland's - The Original

28 vacation homes from one to five bedrooms and 10 deluxe motel suites. From the buildings themselves to the furnishings within, all of these units are designed to meet your every need while here on the Chippewa Flowage.

Oak Shores

Oak Shores was designed to spoil you on your vacation! These suites and vacation homes range from one to three bedrooms, all having a full bathroom for every bedroom with bath towels provided and refreshed every other day.

Timber Kove

Timber Kove was built from the ground up in 2003. This is a wooded, park-like setting with access to the lake. This property boasts 13-three bedroom, three bath vacation homes spread out on 8 acres with 300 feet of frontage.

Pat's Landing Resort

Pat's Landing is situated on a breathtaking stretch of shoreline on Chief Lake of the Chippewa Flowage. All condos overlook spectacular sunrises on Chief lake.

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

Lake Chippewa dining, boat rentals, swimming, fishing and more!

Lodge & Restaurant

Lodge & Restaurant

Enjoy your favorite beverage, pizza, carry -outs, or a full meal in the friendly atmosphere of our "Full Service" lodge!
Boat Rentals, Marina, & Docking

Boat Rentals, Marina, & Docking

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 lake on one of our fishing rigs
Swimming Pool(s)

Swimming Pool(s)

Each one of our Resorts have their own swimming pool

What's Happening at our Resort(s)

Chippewa Flowage Fishing Reports

Date: 2016-08-20


There are some folks catching some walleyes but you have to put in the time for them. The method I have heard working most recently is trolling Flicker Shads, Bad Shads, and Rapala Shad Raps over 20-25 foot of water with some decent cover on the bottom. The Walleyes seem to be suspended in this deeper water following balls of baitfish. So when you start marking those suspended baitfish, get ready for some strikes. Shallower fishing has not produced as much lately as water temps are still a bit warm, but with a weekend on the horizon with air temps of the mid 60s for highs, expect the water temperature to cool a little bit possibly making shallower evening fishing easier and more productive. I would try 6-12 feet around weed edges that border river channels and river channel bends using nightcrawlers. There are still a few leeches available but not many. This is looking like the very last week for leech availability.


With the water temperature being as high as it has been, Musky fishing has been a little less productive. However, some action has been seen on Bull Dawgs (either Black and Green or Walleye Colors) and various swim baits like the Bucher Swimmin Raider and the Storm Kickin Minnow. This time of year is also better suited for slower surface baits like Hawg Wobblers and Creepers. Remember to stay out deeper and cast into shallower water so you can cover the shallows and the deeper drop offs.


Crappie fishing has been decent. Bogs are still a popular choice of spots this time of year, but also consider trying fishing some cribs and deeper weedier humps around the 14-17 foot mark. Crappie minnows, Mini-Mites. Gulp! Micro Baits, and jigs with jig spinners all seem to be producing some action.


Smallmouth fishing has picked up this week--primarily on the far East side of the flowage. During the day you can find them a little deeper in around 8-11 feet and shallower in the evenings in the stumps and shallow rocks. Nightcrawlers, Lunkerfrogs, Rat-L-Traps, Echos, and spinnerbaits have all been solid choices for Smallmouth fishing this past week.


This weekend looks like we will have highs in the low to mid 60s and lows in the low to mid 50s. Throughout the week it looks like the temps will get progressively warmer. Expect some showers on Saturday and Thursday.

Water Level

1 foot below full

Water Temp

78 Degrees

Treeland's HostsSpecial Events,
Meetings, weddings and more!

Places to hold meeting near Hayward

Hold your special event at our restaurant or on the resort grounds. No group is too big or too small! With our expansive kitchen we have endless menu options that are sure to please everyone!

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