Caddo Lake (French: Lac Caddo) is a 25,400 acres lake and wetland located on the border between Texas and Louisiana, The lake is a great place for catching numbers of bass. The tranquil setting and always-deep shadows make it a year-round topwater lake, although the action is hotter is spring and fall. A spinnerbait is also good year ’round. Best hot weather bet is a plastic worm and winter calls for a jig-and-pig. You can fish a crank in the channels, but the bases of cypress trees seem to always hold fish. For more information, contact the Greater Marshall Chamber of Commerce, (903) 935-7868.