Mainsforth Pond


Lincoln Crescent, Billingham, Durham, TS23 4BL, United Kingdom

Mainsforth Pond Information

Mainsforth Pond is an established fishery in County Durham administered by the Ferryhill and District Angling Club. The site is easy to find and close to the A19. It is an attractive woodland park setting.

The two ponds in the complex were created in the 1930’s on the site of an old clay pit. The Small Pond is well stocked with various species of carp, plus roach, perch, rudd, bream and gudgeon. There are 22 pegs, two of which are dedicated for wheelchair users. This pond is ideal for novices and regular junior matches are held on the Small Pond.

The Large Pond is a six acre water that is aimed at the specimen angler. Pleasure anglers will also appreciate the mix of fine carp, bream and tench that stock the pond. The Large Pond is known for good fishing close to the shore in the summer months. Various methods are permitted, although boilies must be 8mm or less and on a hook or rig.

What size do the fish go to?

The Small Pond is stocked with carp up to 5lb. Carp in the Large Pond can be up to 30lb, bream up to 9lb and tench up to 7lb.

What facilities are on site?

Mainsforth Pond caters for disabled persons and toilets are available on site.

Is parking available?

Parking is available at the fishery.

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