Cheadle Angling Club


Bags of bream such as these are what Hales Hall pool is best known for. After breaking the 50lb barrier, Ben Paige couldn't resist returning to the pool for another go. Targeting bream again Ben took the biggest bag of fish he had ever had weighing in at 62lb. This consisted mainly of bream, roach and perch. Ben fished on a feeder rod with sweetcorn hookbait


Cheadle Angling Club is based in the market town of Cheadle in Staffordshire.

2013 permits on sale from Cheadle Newsagents which is located in the Main Post Office in Cheadle Car Park and Ventus Sports High Street Cheadle

Full list of club rules



Cheadle Angling Club would like to thank it's sponsors for their continuing support

Blythe Insurance Brokers

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The main water is Hales Hall Lake on Oakamoor Road, Cheadle. This lake is over 4 acres in size and boasts large stocks of bream, tench, roach, perch, crucian carp, rudd, and specimen pike.

Fishing is available all year round with no closed season. The lake is on a local authority nature reserve with an interesting collection of plantlife and wildlife. Hales Hall Caravan site is next door

The club also boasts 2 superb specimen waters on secluded rural farmland, Shawe Park Pools. These pools contain most coarse species including carp up to around 6lb, tench, bream, roach and perch

Half Price Permits for the remainder of 2013-SPECIAL OFFER

Senior Permits £12.50 Junior/OAP/Disabled £7.50

A limited number of Day Tickets are also available but must be pre-purchased priced £5/£2.50 concessions


Postcodes for Sat Nav devices

Hales Hall ST10 4QR / Shawe Park ST10 2DL

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site updated January 2013