Boat rental


Mncrappiehunter's picture

By Mncrappiehunter - Posted on 23 August 2011

Some friends and i are planning a trip to northwest mississippi to do some fishing and was wondering where could we get boat rentals on enid grenada and sardis in early november ?

SardisMarina's picture

The Sardis Lake Marina is now under new management and we have boats for rent. You can reserve them online at our site. http://www.sardismarina.com/our-services/boat-rental/

We love all the great guides on this lake and in the area, and aren't trying to take their business, but for those who feel they are capable of navigating the lake on their own, this is just another option.

possom20's picture

I don't know of any boat rentals around any of the lakes here, and if you found one I'm not too sure I'd trust the boat on the lake. They aren't huge lakes, but when that wind kicks up a little and your motor dies, they seem like they are. The only place I know of that might possibly have boats around Grenada would be Collins Baiti Shop on highway 8 (but I don't think they have rentals). If you don't know the lakes, my advice would be to save a little extra and get one of the great guides from this site to help you out. You'll end up going home empty handed if you don't know the lake. Heck, I know the lake and still go home empty handed more often than I care to admit. John Harrison knows Grenada better than anybody and can put you on fish. Good luck with the fishing and hope you manage to locate a rental place if you decide to go that route.

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