Border issues along the Red River

This picture shows the border of Texas and Oklahoma. Since the border was established the Red River has meandered this leads to a strange looking border. The border does not match the River; at some points the border even covers oxbow lakes that were once part of the border. The meandering of the river leads to issues for farmers, hunters, and fishermen as the laws that regulate them can differ between the two states. The motion of the river can lead to people losing land if the river meanders to their property.