Chain Lake, Oconto County

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1/5/17 @ 7:37 AM
willie1280
willie1280
USER since 12/28/07

Any updates on what the ice thickness is on this lake?

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1/20/16 @ 1:46 PM
PanFryMe
PanFryMe
USER since 1/4/12
Went out Saturday cold on the ice. Had a few gill to show for the effort. Was wondering if anyone knows where the springs are in this lake?

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1/19/16 @ 8:56 PM
FISHING REPORT
Heystack49
Heystack49
USER since 1/9/13

MOON PHASE (79%)
Waxing Gibbous

ICE DEPTH
8 inches
Went out today in the front bay for some pan fish. A lot of small gills. Did manage to keep three nice ones. Saw a lot of small crappie on cam but were not biting. First time fishing this lake, was a good time.

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9/5/14 @ 7:20 PM
FISHING REPORT
ericstone41
ericstone41
USER since 11/30/09
Lol !

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9/5/14 @ 1:03 PM
b_killer
b_killer
USER since 12/8/12
was out tooling around and stoped on the sand bar and used a IKE-CON Worm 6.25" in Watermelonseed and caught three 20 inch bass and one 24

Edited on 9/5/14 1:03 PM
Chain Lake, Oconto County Photo
Chain Lake, Oconto County Photo
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8/5/13 @ 1:52 PM
NorthernSlayer44
NorthernSlayer44
USER since 12/26/11
Coming up to the lakewood area, just wondering how the fish are biting on this lake, and what they have been biting on, any info would help, Thanks

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3/10/13 @ 4:36 PM
dougjohnn
dougjohnn
USER since 3/10/13
Thank you to the people that helped get my truck off the lake. Big Smile

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2/6/13 @ 12:21 PM
LKing
LKing
USER since 12/1/10
Thanks much 27fire, I appreciate your time and help! Smile Hoping to keep the kids busy at least!

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2/6/13 @ 11:06 AM
27fire
27fire
USER since 12/28/09
I had best luck to the left of the boat landing out about 20 yards, lots of small gills but alot of them and we caught a few northern in there also good luck

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2/6/13 @ 7:55 AM
LKing
LKing
USER since 12/1/10
Just looking for a little direction and-or start. Going to be staying in the Townsend area at the in-laws cabin on the flowage next weekend. Due to the low water levels, I'd like to give Chain a shot. Just looking for a starting point where the wife, children and I could get on a few gills and perhaps a few flags. Not looking to fill the freezer, just keep a few for supper that night.

Any pm's would be appreciated. Thanks in advance!

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