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Ice Age Area Lakes, Chippewa County

Ice Age Area Lakes, Chippewa County
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5/24/20 @ 7:48 PM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (4%)
Waxing Crescent
WATER TEMP
66° - 70° F
AIR TEMP
76° - 80° F
fishcf
User since 1/27/12

Checked out South Shattuck today.  The water is quite clear and water temps from 69-72 throughout the day had me thinking I'd see a lot of shallow activity.  It was dead.  I only found a few bullheads.  Is it just me??


North Shattuck water is really high and didn't think I could launch there by myself.  Also, the parking area is a deep muddy mess and I didn't want to go there.


1/23/20 @ 7:38 PM
Whitetailfreak87
User since 1/11/17

Just wondering if anyone has been out by Townline lately?  Hows the ice and fishing been?

12/9/19 @ 8:55 AM
Junkie4Ice
Junkie4Ice
User since 12/19/11

Ran around to about 10 different lakes yesterday, 2-4" on the lakes I checked in Chip and Rusk counties. If the ice was there prior to the snowfall there is closer to 5-7" with 3" of that being slush/snow starting to re-freeze...stay safe especially with this new snow, won't be able to see the difference in ice type anymore after today

12/9/19 @ 8:23 AM
Michaelo
Michaelo
User since 12/24/09

Should be fine on most lakes up there. I know guys were fishing lakes up in that area last weekend and now with the cold snap everything should have 4 plus inches if not more.

12/8/19 @ 6:53 PM
db3lines
User since 4/21/13

Anyone have a ice report for the area? looking to get out next weekend . its time somewhere. Be Safe out there.

10/21/19 @ 9:11 PM
fishcf
User since 1/27/12

Just wondering if anyone has insights on Hemlock Lake, which is a little NE of Marshmiller.  Can I get a 17' Lund in the landing?

9/7/19 @ 11:31 PM
CrappieNutJustin85
CrappieNutJustin85
User since 12/6/14

Generally when a county forest lake has a winter kill they restock it with more pannies. Would assume they will but hard to say. On a lot of lakes a winter kill every four years or so is actually good for the fish population especially those over run with little guys.

9/7/19 @ 5:23 PM
fishies
User since 1/2/12

Does anyone know if the DNR intends to  restock those lakes at all.  I'm told that they often get gills from the Mississippi River.  If so, that would establish great genetics.  I've often wondered if gills in little lakes get inbred. ?? If anyone has info about that I'd like to hear it.  

I've often been told that they sometimes stock perch as they are more resistant to oxygen depletion problems. 

I miss the canoe fishing on East Triple...loons, feeding snapping turtles, and quiet. Ice fishermen will miss it as well....  easy access for first ice.

9/7/19 @ 12:43 PM
CrappieNutJustin85
CrappieNutJustin85
User since 12/6/14

Not sure about those two but Riley had a big winter kill. Seen a lot of nice sized dead bluegill right after ice out.

9/4/19 @ 6:42 PM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (35%)
Waxing Crescent
Aprilly
User since 2/27/17

I fear that all the rumors of a significant fish kill from last winter are true, I've fished Horseshoe and the Bass Lakes a fair amount and have come up almost empty handed save for a few pike in Horseshoe, I fished Townline earlier this summer (mid-June) and was pleasantly surprised to pull out a few decent gills and even a few small largemouth, but the numbers and size of the average fish we caught were still significantly down from previous years. 

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