We are experiencing our first cold snap of the fall. The trees are starting to turn their array of colors although the Cypress Trees in Carter’s Lake, where we take you, have had their foliage eaten by the fall web-worm. It happens approximately every 7 years and they strip the trees quite fast. Therefore, the colors in that area will not be very photogenic. The good part is that the Spanish Moss comes into it’s glory and it is beautiful as is sways in the breeze. Caddo Lake has something special in each season and never disappoints. We do suggest you bring jackets with you as it is always cooler on the water. We do provide blankets for extra comfort. So come and enjoy Caddo in the fall, don’t forget your camera and binoculars. We look forward to seeing you.