Our Healey Dell lodge is situated within a nature reserve on the boundary with Rochdale and Whitworth. It is a beauty spot and wildlife sanctuary rich in industrial archaeology.
The disused railway from the 1800s runs through with a 100ft viaduct at its centre piece. The railway is now a nature trial.
Healey Dell Fishery is a well established water of approximately 1 acre and is owned by the society.
The location, as the name suggests, is within the scenic and tranquil grounds of Healey Dell nature reserve, yet only a minute from the main road and 5 miles from the M62 (Junction 20). The postcode for sat nav users is OL12 6BG.
The fishery has 30 permanent pegs and is well stocked with a good mixture of species and sizes.
The water has an average depth of approx. 4′ to 5′
A secure carpark is situated directly next to the water. Will all members please ensure the gate is locked when leaving.
Fishing on the stock pond at Healey Dell is NOT allowed.
Please use the net dip provided for your keepnet and landing net.
A NO KEEPNET policy unless in an official club match.
The lodge is stock every year and we now have a program to grow on our own fish.
The lodge is stocked with Common and mirror carp, tench, roach, pearch, rudd, bream, barbel and many more.
- Common Carp
- Mirror Carp
Fishing is allowed Dawn til Dusk. No night fishing is allowed
Parking & Access
Parking for Healey dell Lodge is a small secure car park. Access is via a gate with a club lock.