Treeland Challenge to celebrate 35th anniversary
Apr 22nd, 2019 by Keith Worrall 611
Modified Apr 22nd, 2019 at 1:23 PM
As spring approaches and the ice and snow begins to melt, outdoors enthusiasts’ thoughts turn to the fishing opener and the annual Treeland Challenge, which will celebrate 35 years of fishing, family fun and camaraderie May 9-12 on the Chippewa Flowage.
Per tradition, the Challenge kicks off Thursday, May 9, at Treeland Resort with door prizes and a presentation from Wisconsin DNR Fisheries Biologist Max Wolter, who will provide the latest information on the Chippewa Flowage fishery.
Fishing will take place Friday through Sunday, May 10-12, on the Chippewa Flowage.
Tournament coordinator Tatum Treland-Schlapper said the tournament is geared to be fun for all age groups and encourages family participation.
For musky fly fishing enthusiasts, on Sept. 27-29 Treeland Resorts will host their fourth annual Treeland Premier Musky Fly Fishing Championship on area lakes and rivers. Rules and registration are available at www.treelandresorts.com.