About Caddo Lake Bayou Tours

We offer a variety of boat tours on Caddo Lake and a well trained guide can take you on a photography tour so you will have an opportunity to take some excellent photos out on the lake.

If you are looking to experience a one of a kind fishing trip, we know all the good spots.

Photography Tours

Fantastic landscape photography and abundant wildlife makes it a great destination for being able to take some great shots.

Sightseeing Pontoon Boat Tour

Experience a tour through the mysterious swamps and Spanish Moss covered Bayous. There is plenty of wildlife and beauty to see as you ride on our comfortable Pontoon boat.

We can accommodate a large family or group but also take smaller parties who wish to have a more private tour.

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More tour types

Maybe you are just wanting to have a nice relaxing time out on one of the most beautiful lakes in all of Texas. Come take a nice boat tour and get ready to have a fantastic time out on the lake.

Caddo Lake is a unique place to get to see a beautiful sunrise, with a gorgeous view of the Cypress trees outlining the water.

Fishing Trips

There are plenty of great fishing spots across the lake. Come take a guided fishing trip for all your fishing needs.

Sunrise and sunset tour

Caddo Lake is always a beautiful sight to behold, but the sunrises and sunsets out on the lake are among some of the most gorgeous ones in the South.

Contact us today to find out about the availability of tours and to check on seasonal prices.

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About Caddo Lake

Caddo Lake is steeped in history dating back to the early 1800's. The history which includes the Caddo Indian tribes that inhabited the area and the steamboat navigational trade from New Orleans, Louisiana to Jefferson, Texas are just some of the lake's rich history.

Check out some of our photos from around various spots of Caddo Lake.

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Animals found at Caddo Lake

A recent study shows 216 types of birds, 90 different species of fish and reptiles and 47 different types of mammals.

Here are just a few examples of the wildlife you can expect to see:


A member of the crocodile family, the American alligator is a living fossil from the Age of Reptiles, having survived on earth for 200 million years.

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The American paddlefish is a species of basal ray-finned fish closely related to sturgeons in the order Acipenseriformes.

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Blue Heron

Despite their impressive size, Great Blue Herons weigh only 5 to 6 pounds thanks in part to their hollow bones—a feature all birds share.

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Bald Eagles

The Caddo Lake Institute and Last Chance Forever are proud to announce that Caddo Lake is now home to one more gorgeous Southern Bald Eagle!

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Ospreys are very large, distinctively shaped hawks. Despite their size, their bodies are slender, with long, narrow wings and long legs.

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Twice the size of Snowy Egret. Note yellowish beak and legs.

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All white with black wing tips in flight. Note curved bill and red legs.

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