Hales View Farm, Oakamoor Rd, Cheadle, Stoke-on-Trent ST10 4QR, United Kingdom
The Hales Hall Pool is a man-made lake first created in 1846 and is now part of a Local Nature Reserve. The lake, which is 1.76 hectares in size, is linked to Hales Hall, constructed in 1712 by a double line of yew trees. The borders of the pool have been declared as a Site of Biological Importance.
The Cheadle Angling Club is in charge of the water body and they provide day tickets for fishing. Hard surfaced paths suitable for wheelchair users cover half the site.
The 18-peg pool contains a healthy population of carp, roach, perch, and tench. Access to the fishing platforms is wheelchair-friendly, and there is parking reserved for people who use wheelchairs.
What size do the fish go to?
Information not available for this site.
What tactics work well?
Information not available
What facilities are on site?
Disabled access facilities
Is parking available?
Yes, parking is available.