Passport to Texas from Texas Parks and Wildlife and the Sport Fish and Wildlife Restoration Program
When mist cloaks Caddo Lake it’s easy to understand how the lore and legend about this east Texas destination came to pass.
Native American legend says a giant flood created Caddo Lake. Others say an earthquake was responsible.
Meanwhile, scientists believe the lake formed when floodwaters, blocked by massive log jams on the Red River, backed up into the Cypress Bayou watershed, forming the lake.
One thing that is true: Caddo Lake’s beauty. And visitors to Caddo Lake State Park/WMA not only experience nature at her most beguiling, they also have a plethora of recreational opportunities — from hiking to hunting – to choose from.
With an annual public hunting permit, hunters may harvest deer, eastern wild turkey, and quail during appropriate seasons. Licensed anglers find largemouth bass, catfish and brim plentiful in the lake.
Find more on Caddo Lake SP/WMA at passporttotexas.org.
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For Texas parks and wildlife…I’m Cecilia Nasti.