Lake Amon G. Carter is 2 lakes in one. The initial lake was created in 1956 and has different ground than the 500-acre extension created in 1985. The are in the old lake is characterised by rocky shoreline, main lake points, bog plant beds, and some standing timber in the upper end. The new lake is characterised by standing timber and some weed beds along the shoreline. Along with several dams, providing glorious areas to protect fish. The 20-foot tunnel that joins the 2 lakes additionally provides great protection to some fishes.
Catfishing is great in June, particularly if there's to a small degree runoff from spring rains. Fish prefer to feed from flowing streams or along windswept shoreline.