Ive got a question about fishing Caddo Lake. Parts are in TX and LA. The TPWD annual states:
Residents of either state, who are properly licensed in their state (or are exempt because of age), or persons who hold valid non-resident fishing licenses issued by either state may fish in any portion of the lakes and rivers forming a common boundary between Louisiana and Texas inland from a line across Sabine Pass between Texas Point and Louisiana Point. Fish landed in Texas must adhere to the Texas bag and length limits.
I take that to mean a person with a TX license can fish in Caddo LA waters legally? I've only been there once and stayed in Big Cypress Bayou because I left my GPS at home by mistake and didn't want to disappear.
I ask because there are weird laws concerning the Red River between TX and OK.
Loc: McKinney TX USA
I really, really, really suggest that you contact Texas Parks and Wildlife directly. This is not a question that I'd leave to any other source. And yes, I agree that there are weird laws regarding TX and OK fishing
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