Dissington Pond

Dissington Pond in Northumberland is a well-maintained fishery with various types of fish, including carp, tench, roach, and more.

The pond’s transformation from an old brick pond showcases the club’s efforts to create an organized and sustainable fishing environment.

Anglers are encouraged to fish from designated pegs to maintain order and protect the fishery.

Dissington Pond

Dissington Pond, Dissington Lane, Ponteland, Northumberland, NE20 0DD

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About Dissington Pond

Dissington Pond in Northumberland is a beautiful fishing spot near Ponteland. The pond used to be an old brick pond but has been transformed into a fantastic fishery by the club. There are lots of different types of fish in Dissington Pond, like tench, roach, rudd, perch, bream, ide, crucian carp, and both mirror and common carp. The carp have grown a lot in recent years, making for some exciting fishing opportunities.

To make sure everyone has a fair chance to fish, the pond is divided into sections with designated fishing spots called pegs. Anglers are asked to only fish from these pegs to keep things organized and help take care of the fishery.

Dissington Pond is a great place for anglers to enjoy the peaceful surroundings and catch a variety of fish. It’s a testament to the club’s hard work in creating a thriving fishery for everyone to enjoy.