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Sardis or Enid

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By mowaterdog - Posted on 11 March 2013

If you were planning a trip in next couple weeks which would be your first choice to fish this time of year? If I knew right spots would fish one then the other the next day.

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Depends on the weather and your boat. Sardis tends to be a rougher lake, so you'll want a bigger ride there. Other than that, I'd have to agree with Ray that odds are Sardis will produce better quality and probably numbers this time of year. As far as spots to fish, I'd say try to talk some of the more local people into giving you some info.

Ray's picture

Either would be good but Sardis is probably producing better quality fish.


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