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Address
Cass House Road,
Hemlington,
Middlesbrough,
TS8 9QW
Telephone
01642 596546
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Hemlington Lake sits in 39 acres of parkland surrounded by housing on the outskirts of Middlesbrough. Contains Carp,  crucians, bream and rudd, roach, perch and ghost carp. Environment Agency recently built new platforms.

Over the last three years a number of major improvements have been made to the lake and its fishing facilities:

* floating islands have been installed with artificial reefs beneath,
* 30 fishing platforms have been added
* a new footpath constructed around the lake
* a wildlife habitat created, and
* new footbridge built.

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i have visted this lake a handful of times and each time i have never been dissapointed. pulling in 1-5lb Common carp and up to 1lb roach as a beginner is phenomenal. The pegs are wide so it is easy to use a feeder rod which is my favourite tactic to use, the surrounding scenery is beautiful. definetely a winner for me!
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JadeSav Reviewed by JadeSav March 13, 2011
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i have visted this lake a handful of times and each time i have never been dissapointed. pulling in 1-5lb Common carp and up to 1lb roach as a beginner is phenomenal. The pegs are wide so it is easy to use a feeder rod which is my favourite tactic to use, the surrounding scenery is beautiful. definetely a winner for me!

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