Debdale Lakes


Hyde Rd, Manchester, Greater Manchester M18 7LJ, United Kingdom

Fishery Information

Debdale Park is a 45-acre public park in the district of Gorton, close to Manchester. Within easy reach of the main road network, the Debdale Angling Society manages the fishery, which is based on Gorton Upper Reservoir, otherwise known as Debdale Lakes.

The water is well-maintained and purpose-built pegs have been constructed at various spots around the lake, with some available for use by disabled anglers. The water is home to pike, perch, bream, carp and roach to good sizes.

Day ticket permits are available at Debdale Lakes and should be purchased in advance. Be aware there may be a walk to the lake from the parking spot.

What size do the fish go to?

A good head of pike has rewarded anglers with fish in excess of 20lb, while 8lb bream and perch plus good-sized roach are also caught here.

What facilities are on site?

Facilities within Debdale Park include male and female toilets, while plans are in place to rescue the Grade II listed house in the grounds for use as a visitor centre and there is a café and art space in the old aviary. There are plenty of attractions for children within the park and sporting facilities including free to use tennis courts.

Is parking available?

There is plentiful parking within Debdale Park.

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