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    Vacation the last week of March, where woukd be a deasent place to stay and try to get on some fish that time of year. I have only fished in Mississippi one time , a few years ago pn butla .

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    Cossar state park on Enid puts you within driving range of Grenada, Enid and Sardis . Like most state parks it is pretty dated but cabins are clean , convenient and heated/cooled . There is a state park at Grenada and Sardis if you want attack one lake . Just Google Cossar state park, Mississippi .
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    What Eagle said.....stay at Enid and fish all three lakes
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    I wouldn't rule out butla at that time of year. If it stays low enough, fishing can be awesome there.
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    If you are going to Cossar at Enid you had better see if there are any cabins available they fill up fast that time of year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CatchumDeep View Post
    I wouldn't rule out butla at that time of year. If it stays low enough, fishing can be awesome there.
    Don't fish Butla. There is a reason they call it " The Dead Sea"
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    Give me Arkabutla, if water is not swollen to bad. Otherwise Sardis. Everything is based on water levels.

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    There are a couple of these cabins just outside of Cossar state park at Enid they are very nice and have covered parking for your boat


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