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Chapman Lake

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PATRICK J. PFEFFERKORN 
Broker, ABR
Direct Line: (574) 269-3801
Toll Free: (800) 834-1066 
E-mail:
patrickp@remax.net
RE/MAX Rainbow  
929 East Center Street
Warsaw, IN 46580

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Big Chapman Lake
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Little Chapman Lake
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Big Chapman Lake

Lake Data


Acres: 414

Maximum Depth: 39 feet

Average Depth: 13.7 feet

Thermocline: (summer)
Between 24 and 36 feet

Fish Population:
Bluegill, gizzard, shad, longear, yellow perch, redear, largemouth bass, lake chubsucker, warmouth, pumpkinseed, northern pike, black crappie, logperch, rock bass, grass pickerel, brown bullhead, spotted gar, longnose gar, golden shiner, white sucker, walleye, spotted sucker, white bass, white crappie and white catfish.

Aquatic Vegetation:

Emergent softstem bulrush, cattail, spatterdock, arrowhead, and pickerelweed.

Submergent milfoil, brittle naiad and sago pondweed. Floating vegetation consists of duckweek.

Bottom Types:
Gravel, sand, muck, clay and marl

Best Fishing:
Bluegill, longear, yellow perch, redear, largemouth bass, northern pike, crappie, walleye and catfish.



Little Chapman Lake

Lake Data

Acres: 120

Maximum Depth:  14.7

Thermocline: (summer)

            16 to 24 feet

Fish Population:

Bluegill, gizzard, shad, yellow perch, largemouth bass, lake chubsucker, warmouth, black crappie, golden shiner, white sucker, brown bullhead, grass pickerel, spotted gar, white crappie, carp, spotted sucker, green sunfish, channel catfish, white catfish, bowfin, central mudminnow and brook silverside.

Aquatic Vegetation:

Emergent – cattail, spatterdock, water lily, arerowhead, softstem bulrush, swamp loosestrife.

            Submergent – milfoil, sago pondweed, brittle naiad.

Bottom Types:

            Sand, muck, marl

Best Fishing:

            Bluegill, crappie, northern pike, bass, walleye and catfish.