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Marton Heath is a family run fishery where anglers can expect a friendly welcome on arrival at reception.
Whilst the fishery is man-made, great attention to conservation is evident, with trees, hedges and a wildflower plantings supplementing the natural beauty of the surrounding countryside. There is always something interesting to see, as Pheasants, songbirds, waterfowl and a world of insects and butterflies, catch your attention whilst you fish.
Located in picturesque, rural, northeast Cheshire, we are half a mile down School Lane off the A34 at Marton, three miles north of Congleton and three miles south of Capesthorne Hall, or down Marton Lane off the A536 at Gawsworth.
Safe and secure parking is provided in the farmyard and disabled anglers may travel to the waters edge some 100 yards from the main car park.
Disabled Anglers - holding genuine blue badges may travel to a privileged car park much closer to the pools.
Personal tuition or group clinics can be arranged with one of our qualified S.T.A.N.I.C. instructors. Phone 01260 224231 for details or speak directly to the instructor, Andrew on 07736 453873 or visit the website www.flyfishingtuitioncheshire.co.uk.
Sunday 14th September 2014, more details from Macclesfield RSPB web site here
Two hides in use during the summer, fed daily, attracting common farmland and woodland birds feeding fledged young
Butterflies, Dragonflies and Damselflies around the lakes and wild flower meadow.
Moth Trapping (on suitable nights)
Winter feeding of six hides opens 1st October and closes 31st March
Jnr. Fly Fishing Tuition 10-16 year olds
For further details please phone 01260 224231