Flambeau River (North Fork)

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8/20/18 @ 4:49 PM
castle rock rigger
castle rock rigger
USER since 12/9/12

I'm going to try fishing between the pixley and Crowley dams next couple days . I'm after anything that will hit a night crawler. U would appreciate any advice. All fish will be catch and release. Thanks.

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8/20/18 @ 4:48 PM
castle rock rigger
castle rock rigger
USER since 12/9/12

I'm going to try fishing between the pixley and Crowley dams next couple days . I'm after anything that will hit a night crawler. U would appreciate any advice. All fish will be catch and release. Thanks.

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5/25/18 @ 12:05 AM
Get Bent
Get Bent
USER since 10/16/15

Ok thank you much Oly! I’ll check it out! Good luck out there. 

GB

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5/24/18 @ 6:12 PM
Olyolson45
Olyolson45
USER since 1/10/15

Get Bent, the Crowley flowage is a great place to kayak fish. It is the North Fork about 6 miles west of Fifield right on Hwy 70. Good boat launch with parking 

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5/23/18 @ 9:51 AM
Get Bent
Get Bent
USER since 10/16/15

Anybody been out on the flambeau lately? I have never fished here before but my musky junky brain has been telling me to hit it for opening weekend. I’m mainly concerned about water levels and flow. I don’t want to be fighting current the whole weekend in my kayak instead of actually fishing. If anyone who fishes muskies (or smallmouth and walleyes too) could suggest certain areas to concentrate on, that would certainly be appreciated as I’m a newbie to the river. I usually fish lakes. Landing spots where my truck won’t get messed with would be great too. Ive done a ton of research but its a big river and would like to narrow it down. My private messenger is on if you would like to keep it off the boards. Best of luck and tight lines to all. 

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9/15/16 @ 12:34 PM
Price County Tourism Department
Price County Tourism
USER since 9/4/02

Click here for a map of the river section showing the location of the dams. 

Click here to order visitor information for Price County. Please fill in the questions/comments section of the form with the type or information you are looking for and/or your recreation interests.

Hope to see you soon on the Flambeau River!

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9/15/16 @ 9:12 AM
Boog2
Boog2
USER since 7/11/07

There are actually three dams in this section of river.  There is the dam in Park Falls where Hwy 13 crosses the Flambeau.  About 5 miles west on Hwy 70 there is the Pixley dam and about another 3 miles west off of Crowley road there is the Crowley dam.  Most people that shore fish will fish below the Crowley, have caught a lot of fish here.  We have fished below the Pixley dam by boat but it has not been as good the last couple of years.

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9/14/16 @ 7:02 PM
crawdaddy
crawdaddy
USER since 7/11/01

There is a dam in Park Falls and another that forms the Crowley flow age downriver.

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9/14/16 @ 5:52 PM
WisconsinHunter/Fisher
WisconsinHunter/Fisher
USER since 10/9/12

Where's the dam that everyone keeps talking about? Was thinking of giving this river a try this weekend. 

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10/4/15 @ 8:17 PM
white frenchy
white frenchy
USER since 3/9/05
Anyone fish these Northern Rivers in the fall. I am thinking of floating a couple days while doing some grouse hunting in the Park Falls Areas just wondering if many musky or smallmouth are caught in the Flambeau in October. If so how do you fish them? I have always just fished spinners or rapalas in the summer wondering if should change for fall patterns in the river. Would be fishing out of canoe Thanks

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