This newly constructed 3 bedroom 2 bath chalet is located on Chief Lake of the vast and famous Chippewa Flowage at 17000 acres. This body of water is most widely known for producing the world record Muskie caught by Louis Spray in 1949. Since then the flowage has consistently produced 50 plus inch muskies and is great walleye, crappie and bluegill fishing. Wildlife abounds along the pristine and wild shores and there are countless islands that one can explore. The flowage also offers several lakeside taverns and restaurants. This cabin features lake views, lakeside patio, granite counter tops, level frontage, and great swimming. Chief Lake is also a snowmobiling hub at the intersection of Trails #3 and 9. This property offers direct snowmobile and ATV trail access. Don't miss out on all the great fishing, adventure and fun this cabin can provide; but don't forget a lake map and GPS to help you find your way around this seemingly endless body of water.
3 Bedrooms (1 Queen, 4 Twins)
Lake: Chippewa Flowage
Shoreline: Level to water, Sandy bottom
Rate Based on Capacity: 6
Max Capacity: 6
Kitchen: Microwave, Toaster, Coffeemaker, Crockpot, Griddle, All Essentials
Extras: Charcoal Grill, Picnic Table, Fire pit, WiFi, 43
Length of Stay: (Peak Season Rental Period: Saturday to Saturday)
Home to the World record Musky the “Big Chip” is a 14,593 acre lake located in the heart of Sawyer County. It has a maximum depth of 92 feet. Fish include Musky, Panfish, Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Northern Pike, Walleye, Sturgeon and Catfish. The lake’s water clarity is low but the fishing is excellent!