The Carrs Angling Lakes

Contact Information
Tel. 07855 219 066


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Opening Times

Mar 8am - 6:30pm
Apr 7am - 9pm

May 7am - 9pm

Jun 7am - 9pm

Jul 7am - 9pm

Aug 7am - 9pm

Sep 7am - 8pm

Oct 8am - 6pm
Nov 8am - 5pm

Dec 1st-13th 8am - 5pm

Dec 14th-31st Closed

Jan Closed 

Feb  Closed: Ring For Access

Day Ticket Prices - All Tickets are purchased whilst fishing on the bank.

March 1st - Sept 30th

Adult                      £10.00

After 4pm               £7.00

Junior (12 & Under)  £7.00
Senior Citizen           £6.00
Extra Rods               £1.00
Oct 1st - Dec 13th
All £7.00                           

Season Ticket Prices


Adult                   £155.00

Senior Citizen       £115.00


(extra rod no additional charge for season ticket holders)


The Carrs Angling Lakes

Four Well Stocked Stunning Mature Lakes Set In Beautiful Countryside Surroundings On The Outskirts Of Carlton, Stockton-On-Tees. Teessides Best Kept Secret Fishing Hotspot! The Carrs Angling Lakes has already produced fantastic days fishing for anglers of all abilities. With 96 firm individual pegs to try you will be spoilt for choice!

Carrs Angling - Lake One

A popular pleasure lake, Lake One produces quality very mixed bags of fish species throughout the year, as with all the other lakes the water is very coloured, meaning fish can be caught very close in.

Carrs Angling - Lake 2

Carp have been officially recorded at 22.5lb in this lake but rumours are rife of much bigger fish prowling the margins and large expanses of open water. It is very possible you could catch a new lake record as the fish are young and still growing fast.

Carrs Angling - Match Lake

The match lake was dug in 2008, but has matured incredibly quickly. It is smaller than the lakes one and two, but just as exciting. The lake is stocked mostly with carp to 10lb averaging about 3-4lb.

Carrs Angling - Silver Lake

Our Newest lake is also our smallest, and shallowest. The silver lake is the first lake you will see as the approach the site, as its name suggests it is heavily stocked with the silver fish species found in the other lakes.