From the juncture of Dugdemona River and Castor Creek to its entrance into Catahoula Lake. If you stop by the Wildlife Management Area office (WMA) they have great maps of the area and someone there to provide you in-depth information on the location.
Motorboats and kayaks are common sights in the river. Most commonly anglers are fishing for crappie and bream.
Wildlife is abundant along the river including hogs, otters, alligators, ducks, squirrels
There are two primitive campgrounds in the Wildlife Management Area and both have access to the river.
1. The northerly site at Doughty Bluff located off Lincecum Road east of Highway 165.
2. More popular fo the two is located east of the WMA headquarters.