DNMAC maintains a number of still waters and stretches of local rivers.
DNMAC maintains a number of still waters and stretches of the local rivers Goyt, Etherow and Sett, offering many diverse fishing experiences in exceptional scenery and throughout all the seasons. Still waters range from reservoirs, dams, lodges and ponds in both secluded and accessible locations.
DNMC's largest water. Specimen carp and pike with plenty of bream and roach.
A small picturesque estate style lake on the outskirts of Chapel-en-le-frith.
An easy carp water with specimens from 5lb to just under 20lb.
A mill pond and a stock pond in Strines village, silver/pleasure fishing.
Barbel, chub, trout and grayling reside in this tributary of the Goyt.
DNMAC control a number of beats in the upper reaches of the River Goyt.
A secluded lake near Mellor, the quality carp make up for the long walk!
The quintessential English village pond. Tench, tench and more tench!
A secluded, rarely visited, small reservoir over looking New Mills.
Fly fishing only, small trout and grayling fishing in the heart of New Mills.
A pleasure/match fishing venue. Accessible and suitable for anglers of all abilities.