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Fishing: Anglers, from novice to professional, take advantage of opportunities to limit out on Caddo's ninety-two species of fish in the most scenic of all Texas lakes.
Hunting: Duckblinds dot Caddo's waters, hiding hunters ready to ambush seventeen species of migrating waterfowl that are purported to visit Caddo annually.
Birding: On the neotropical flyway, songbirds of great variety, forage the banks and treetops along this migration route. Bitterns, herons, egrets and woodstorks are common sights on Caddo.
Touring: A variety of tour boats (steamboat, pontoonboats, john boats with aircooled engines) allow visitors to explore the meandering bayous and sloughs, giving guests to Caddo an intimite touch with the mysterious beauty that is Caddo.
Events: Several unique events take place on the Big Cypress Bayou that borders the town of Uncertain. Visitors in Uncertain can view these activities from the banks of the lake.

Caddo Lake, the mysterious and intriguing Texas treasure, is draped across the Texas-Louisiana border. Caddo was designated in 1991, by International Ramsar Treaty, as a "Wetlands of International Importance."


  City of Uncertain
199 Cypress Drive • PO Box 277 • Uncertain, Texas 75661 or (903) 789-3443
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