Caddo Lake is a maze of marked and unmarked waterways, cuts, bayous, sloughs, ditches and canals meandering through the beauty of bald cypress trees draped in Spanish moss. The water's surface is abundant with colorful lily pads yielding yellow and white blooms. Anglers can pursue a variety of fish species such as Crappie, Black Bass, White Bass, Yellow Bass, Stripers, Bream and several species of Catfish, not to mention Gar, Drum, Frogs, Turtles, Eels and Snakes! One of the favorite fishing spots on the lake is at the Caddo Lake Dam site. When the water is high, fishermen do well casting into the strong currents that flow from the control structure. Others like to fish in the calmer lake waters located next to the dam. Fishing is available to the public year-round.
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