For most people, taking a vacation is a BIG investment. There are so many things to think of: filing for time off, where to go, what specific spots meet your needs (and budget), whether to stay at a hotel / motel, private home, or a resort. Research, research, research. Myself personally, I am hard pressed to do anything without a plan. I work too hard for my dollars and have too many people relying on me to NOT make the right choice.
So you've scoured the internet for just the right place to go, and decided that the Chippewa Flowage in Hayward, WI is THEE place to be. Fantastic!!! I agree, the Chippewa Flowage has a lot to offer in the spring to fall months (if I had a snowmobile I think I would be more agreeable to the winter months ... haha!) The fishing, the boating, the peaceful isolation, the sheer beauty of the Flowage makes it a one of a kind destination.
Good morning, All!!! My name is Bear, I turned 3 WEEKS OLD yesterday!!! I'm a big boy now: I can walk, my eyes are open, and today .. today I even ate real canned puppy food. That was awesome!!! (And got EVERYWHERE .. HaHa!!!)
It was a GREAT day out on the Chippewa Flowage, the fish were hitting like crazy, and the kids insisted on keeping them. As you dock your boat back at Musky Joe's Twin Pines Resort you wonder to yourself: Now what???!!! Don't despair, our fish cleaning house is stocked and set to turn those fish into a delicious meal.
Filleting fish takes a little finesse. Knowing the correct process to fillet a fish can make the difference between getting barely enough meat for a side dish and harvesting enough for a fish feast (not to mention getting all those nasty little bones out!)
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Greetings and Snowy Winter to you all!!!
For those of you that don't know me, I am the older granddaughter of the creators of Musky Joe's Twin Pines Resort. (Cassy Wilkozek) I spent my childhood on the resort learning the business from Grandpa Nory and Grandma Gen. Grandma and Grandpa cleared the land and hand built the resort over 60 years ago.
Grandma grew up in Hayward and learned the business from HER grandparents (the original owners of Lost Land Lake Lodge.) Grandpa grew up in Chicago and fell in love with the area on family vacations at Big Musky Resort. Great Grandpa (Musky Joe) bought some land up here and decided to try his hand at the resort business. He and his son (Nory) began clearing and building, Grandma and Grandpa met when Grandpa picked up lumber at the local lumber yard that Grandma was working at as a bookkeeper. They fell in love, married and planted twin pines on the point in honor of their union. (Hence the name, Musky Joe's Twin Pines :)).