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Green Lane Ponds, Knutsford

Green Lane Ponds at UK FishermanGreen Lane Ponds are two ponds on the Tabley Estate on the edge of Knutsford offering a variety of challenges to carp and coarse anglers alike. The larger of the two ponds holds predominantly carp and tench, having been stocked with these species several years ago. In addition, quality silver fish are present including roach, rudd and skimmer bream. Many carp are also present to low double figures. The water is reed-fringed with banks of lily pads to fish to in the summer months.

The smaller of the Green Lane waters at the rear of the complex is more aligned to the carp angler, having mirrors and commons to 20-30lb present. Numerous double-figure fish feature in catches on a regular basis.

Green Lane Ponds is a club water controlled by South Manchester Angling Club.

Address: Moss Lane, Knutsford, Cheshire, England, UK
Species: carp, tench, roach, rudd, bream
Tel: South Manchester Angling Club on 01925 811857 or 07767 272403
Prices: Club water - no day tickets
Website: www.southmanchesteranglingclub.org.uk



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