Chippewa Flowage, Sawyer County

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7/25/16 @ 11:52 AM
mj9999
mj9999
USER since 9/25/15

How much higher is the water? 

Coming up on the 5th. 

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7/25/16 @ 8:11 AM
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Dean Elmer
Deano
MEMBER since 7/2/01

MOON PHASE (64%)
Waning Gibbous

Fished for walleye on Saturday with Kristin before the rain and we caught several on Tinsel Tail spinners. We fished wind blown weed edges. 

(715) 558-8732
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7/25/16 @ 1:16 AM
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Big Chip Guide Service
Tim Czub
USER since 9/8/03

MOON PHASE (64%)
Waning Gibbous

CONDITIONS
Sunny

AIR TEMP
81° - 88° F

WATER TEMP
76° - 80° F

Had a fun group out this past weekend. Despite high winds we made the best of it. Caught crappies down deep and had a blast catching them!

July is almost over but I have availability in August. If you want to get on this beautiful body of water give me a call!

Good luck, be safe and we'll see you on the water!

TC

(715) 820-1823
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7/24/16 @ 5:16 PM
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vman
vman
USER since 6/16/01

MOON PHASE (75%)
Waning Gibbous

CONDITIONS
Raining

AIR TEMP
86° - 90° F

water levels are high, very high. Fished this weekend and nothing but shorts again.


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7/24/16 @ 12:51 PM
BigNoodle
BigNoodle
USER since 8/12/13

I heard that they were planning a 3' draw-down on the lake.  How are the water levels?

I will also be up 2nd week of August.

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7/23/16 @ 12:13 PM
DJ071
DJ071
USER since 7/25/14

Coming up for a week the second week of August. How are the smallies biting on the Chip? 

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7/22/16 @ 2:26 PM
wallywood
wallywood
USER since 1/1/02

Nice going Deano, looks like you got some keeper size walleyes.

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7/22/16 @ 9:05 AM
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Dean Elmer
Deano
MEMBER since 7/2/01

MOON PHASE (91%)
Waning Gibbous

Had Marty and Arleen out for northern, bass, walleye and musky and we caught a lot of fish. Lots of fish caught on spinners of many sizes. We ended up keeping walleyes and northerns.

(715) 558-8732
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7/22/16 @ 7:25 AM
fhnb92
fhnb92
MEMBER since 1/23/09

Mark if this is your 1st time on the chip I would get a map. It shows where cribs have been put in. To find the cribs go to bottom of drop offs and follow it. The cribs are usually at the bottom of drop offs or not far from them. The map only gives general locations but it is a starting point. I also work humps next to deeper water as the crops will school up and hang around these humps. I don't know where your staying but I will be at Treelands for the next 2 weeks and would be happy to show you some of the spots I fish on a map. It is also well worth the money to hire a guide for a day to show you some spots and what to fish with. Its a big body of water.  Tight Lines Jim       773-213-1997

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7/21/16 @ 10:48 PM
bassindude9
bassindude9
USER since 5/28/09

Curious if anyone has a water temp from today. Coming up for the weekend tomorrow and was hoping to musky fish. Wondering if temperatures up that way are going to be too hot to safely fish skis. Otherwise it's gonna be a walleye trip. Thanks in advance. 

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