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Information on Sardis Lake

Sardis Lake Located on the Little Tallahatchie River, Sardis Lake is a 98,520-acre water resource development project occupying parts of three North Mississippi counties. The dam site is nine miles southeast of the town of Sardis, and is only an hour drive from Memphis, Tennessee.

Becoming operational in October 1940, Sardis Lake’s current annual visitation tops 5 million people. The lake is popular with anglers and has a reputation for its abundant bass and crappie. Other recreation activities include hunting, camping, boating, skiing, swimming and picnicking.

Latest Press Release:

Press Release from MDWFP

On Arkabutla, Sardis, Enid, and Grenada Lakes, crappie now have a new bag limit of 20 per person and crappie must be over 12 inches long on all four lakes in order to keep them. Each angler can use up to five poles, except on Grenada it is three poles. The bag limit for crappie is 20 on the spillways of all four lakes but there is no length limit on the spillways.

Effective date is August 6, 2007.

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