MOBBERLEY POOL Purchased by the club many years ago, this club water has been the favourite of many members over the years. Improvements are taking place on the car park, the access to the water, bank improvement and water depth are the main works to take place. Once again the pool will be a mixed fishery with mirror, common and crucian carp, tench, bream, roach and rudd. This water will be acceptable to the dad's and lad's, disabled and the older members.
BOOTHSMERE A spectacular Cheshire mere of approximately 10 acres just outside Knutsford both in beautiful surroundings and in the quality of fish this water continues to produce carp over 31 lbs , tench to 8lbs 6ozs (new record), large bream, roach, pike and perch can all reach the anglers personal best weights. If your after a specimen or simply want to target different species then this is the place for you. This pleasant former country estate has massive potential that is vastly untapped on this 10 acre mere. Safe parking is available and night fishing with bivvies is allowed.
TOFT HALL A rich nutritious, natural, small mere on the outskirts of Knutsford, Toft has produced some memorable catches for those among us who enjoy the solitude of this pleasant picturesque location. Early morning or late evening sees the vast bream shoals searching out the midge and bloodworm larvae upon which they thrive. Intercept them and you wont be disappointed with your catch, not often seen on other waters. In addition, carp up to 25lbs, large pike, roach and perch also do well in the main pool.
SHEPHERDS POOL Created by anglers for anglers, another club owned water, bought in 1997 and totally constructed by the members. The first fish were introduced in 1998 and is fast becoming a well liked and used fishery by the membership. With two islands in the middle of the water, the method of fishing helps the pole angler with an average depth of 4-5 feet but will still respond well to any method. Stocks are gaining weight and carp, chub, bream, roach and perch are the main species present, try fishing near to the islands or in the reeds in the margins. A big advantage to this water is the car park is situated right next to it. The water is located near Lymm.
DOUBLE WOODS POOL Roadside Pool having an all new gated car park just opposite, sixteen newly refurbished pegs are on this water with carp, crucian carp, chub, ide, rudd, bream, roach and perch. This tranquil water is abound with small, medium and larger fish, be careful the odd surprise will turn up, any method of fishing will catch on this water. The pool is the vicinity of the A50 Mere near Knutsford.
RIVER DANE A diamond river that runs through some of the finest countryside in Cheshire, the two adjoining stretches offered to our members are in their own river valley. To get to most of the river, which is nearly a mile of water, travel light and move from swim to swim, natural baits like worms and slug will tempt chub up to 4lbs from under a bush or shaded bend. The longer glides hold dace, roach, grayling and the occasional trout. Barbel now grace the river in ever increasing numbers so be aware when choosing your choice of tackle. Parking is good but the walk is long the length is at Twemlow Green near Goostrey. (Close season March 15th-June 16th)
MEREHEATH LANE POOL A small tranquil fishing pool on the outskirts of Tatton Park Estate. Species present are Roach, Rudd, Perch, Crucian Carp and Tench.
TRAFFORD ECOLOGY PARK Only the impeccable reputation of A.D.A.C could have secured the fishing rights to this venue. Although in the middle of Trafford Park it is something quite special. It has successfully created a wildlife sanctuary in an urban environment. Special rules are in place concerning the day to day running with high standards of management set out by the owners. The fishing is of good quality on this unique venue with roach, bream, perch, and tench feeding in this shallow lake. ADAC fishing times are limited on the lake to the opening times of the Groundworks offices. The recommendation is between 9:30am – 3:30pm Monday – Friday The offices are closed weekends & public hollidays etc.
MARBURY MERE One of the quintessential Cheshire meres, Budworth (also known locally as Marbury Mere) is a large water of some 80 acres, with fishing available on the sailing club jetties. Because of sailing activities this water is only available during week days, closed at weekends and Bank holidays. The shallow nature of the mere means the fishing can more often than not be truly exceptional given the right conditions. Species on offer include: Roach, bream, perch, hybrids eels, tench, carp and some large pike. A key is needed to fish this water for safe parking, tackle can be unloaded at the waters edge, a comfortable water to fish.