Tippecanoe Lake Fall Opening of Gates As per the Indiana State (DNR) orders, on November 1st, the Tippecanoe Lake control structure gates will be opened to release water to a prescribed winter level. On April 1st, 2017 the gates will be closed to move the level back to normal summer levels.
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A little background and more details regarding the purchase of the property adjacent to the Oswego dam which controls the water level of our beloved Lakes Tippecanoe/Oswego/James. Back in the early 1960’s, LTPO addressed the issue its members were having with the fluctuating water level of God’s Lake in that every year the …
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Starry Stonewort and Local Lakes Dr. Nate Bosch, Director, Center for Lakes & Streams at Grace College The Center for Lakes & Streams works to make Lake Tippecanoe and other Kosciusko County lakes clean and healthy. Part of this mission is promoting helpful native plant and animal species in Lake Tippecanoe—and working to assist in …
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Top 50 Lakes in the 50 States: INDIANA: TIPPECANOE LAKE This glacial lake in Northern Indiana, just an hour from Fort Wayne, is used primarily for fishing, boating, jet skiing, and water skiing. “Lake Tippy,” as locals call it, is the deepest lake in the state and holds more than 25 finned species for anglers. …
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