of Caddo Lake
Texas and ending in Louisiana, Caddo Lake is the largest natural lake
in the South and the only natural lake in Texas. Part Lake, part swamp,
interlaced with a network of sloughs and bayous, the 32,000 acres of water
abounds with fish, wildlife, aquatic vegetation and natural beauty. Caddo
has been designated by international treaty to be one of the 13 most important
wetlands in the USA.
Billy Carter has been a licensed fishing and hunting guide on Caddo for
more than 40 years. His extensive knowledge of the lake and his expertise
as a sportsman qualify him to guide visitors through Caddo's intricate
network of bayous and sloughs for fishing, hunting, birding, photographing
or merely absorbing themselves in the primitive beauty that is Caddo Lake.
Billy's guided tours are the "stuff" that memories are made
pulled in his share of "large mouths" from around the big cypress,
Billy now prefers "catching" to "fishing." He enjoys
taking out groups, including families with children and the physically
challenged, which want to sit back, relax and catch fish.
"A bad day of fishing beats a good day of work!" is Billy's
||Photo By John Goldman
Reservations for guided tours
(touring, fishing, duck hunting)
Call Johnson's Ranch Marina