Lake Titloe

Lake Titloe

News pertaining to Lake Titloe and the Lake Titloe Watershed.

January thaw?

Take caution if you’re planning on testing the ice on Lake Titloe. Warmer than normal temperatures and gusty winds have produced a large patch of open water on the east end of the lake. For the past...
Two state legislators from the area and a representative of the Pollution Control Agency (PCA) will be guests of Gaylord’s Lake Titloe Committee at a meeting on Thursday, December 21st at City Hall (7:00 p.m.) According to Jim Swanson,...
An effort to improve the water quality in Lake Titloe continues. Gaylord City Council members and Sibley County Commissioners recently heard a presentation about the water quality issues with the lake. Testing by a Minnesota State University -...
An effort to rescue a wounded pelican on Lake Titloe Tuesday morning proved successful. The rescue team initially tried to capture the bird on the north shore of the lake. It eventually took a boat and a fishing net...
What is lurking in Lake Titloe? Gaylord’s City Council will find out at its November 15th meeting. That is when Dr. Bryce Hoppe of Minnesota State University (MSU) is scheduled to present test results to council members. Jim Swanson,...

Big Birds!

A flock of more than 200 pelicans has made Lake Titloe its home in recent weeks. Each morning, the birds team up and swim near the lake’s shoreline in search of fish. The picture above can...
A community effort has made the half-mile walking/biking path near Lake Titloe a reality. Pictured on the path, from left to right, are Jim Swanson, chairman of the Lake Titloe Beautification Committee; Doug Quast, Gaylord Mayor; and Darrel Frauendienst...

Looks bad, tastes good!

Lake Titloe produced this catfish for Tessa Gyberg of Luverne. She is the 11-year-old niece of Doug and Iris Parrott of Gaylord. The fish was 15” long and “tasted good,” according to Doug Parrott....