Lymm Dam

Church Road, Warrington, WA13 0, Cheshire, United Kingdom

With plenty of jacks backing up pike to over 25lb it's easy to see why Lymm Dam, in the Cheshire town of the same name, is a popular pike water. Bay Malton Angling Club has put a lot of work into creating stagings at Lymm Dam since it purchased the lease at the start of the 2007 season. The lake was formed in 1824 with the creation of a road across a valley of sandstone and is considered locally as a beauty spot. For the larger pike you should try the Dam Wall and the church swims. Both live and dead coarse fish are banned baits so it's out with the herring, mackeral and lamprey.

Toilets
Carp to 35lb
Pike to 25lb

Address: Church Road, Warrington, WA13 0, Cheshire, United Kingdom
Website: http://www.baymaltonanglingclub.org.uk/

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Raymond Ulleri - 21st May 2020 at 6:54pm

Is this venue day ticket?


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Mrs J McCavish - 23rd Oct 2019 at 6:11pm

Do you have toilets here


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mike boswell - 15th May 2019 at 9:52am

is this a day ticket water if so the cost details please [email protected]


Ian Bourne - replied on 23rd Aug 2020 at 4:25pm

Yes £5 you can purchase through Bay Malton Angling club


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