Enid Lake is a 28,000-acre fishing spot nestled in the north-central part of Mississippi. At this fishery, you can fish from more than fifty miles of shoreline. This lake is the home of a world-record white crappie, so it’s no surprise that angers coming here target that species the most. Enid Lake is home to other species as well, including bass, catfish, sunfish, and white bass. If you like to fish from the shore, you can access the water from the campgrounds, boat access areas and parks. If you prefer to fish from a boat, use the McCrudy Point Boat Ramp in the northwest corner, Water Valley Landing in the southeast section, Persimmon Hill Recreation Area in the southwest, or the Chickasaw Boat ramp on the north side.
Enid Lake Fish:
Enid Lake boat ramps:
The following boat ramps provide access to Enid Lake.