Dungannon Park Lake Fishery

The Park Lake fly fishery is a 12-acre stream fed lake, set in the middle of rolling grassland and mature woodland. This challenging Troutmaster water is retained by an impressive 18th century dam spanning some 60 metres. The lake is home to a range of aquatic insects and fly life and is stocked regularly with rainbow trout.

For those keen to learn how to fly fish angling professional instruction is available by booking and all equipment is supplied.  Boats are available to truly enjoy the picturesque surrounding, while there is a wheelie boat onsite designed to cater for wheelchair and disabled anglers. An exciting new variety of rainbow trout has been introduced to Dungannon Park Lake, the infamous steelhead trout, a prolific fighter is a welcome addition to the fishery’s stock. Since their introduction, the steelhead has received very positive feedback from anglers fishing the lake.

A full calendar of events can be obtained on request.  For information on rates or to book a fly fishing lesson contact Dungannon Park Lake.  

Dungannon Park Lake
Moy Road
Co Tyrone
BT71 6DY

T: +44 (0) 28 8772 8690
E: parks@midulstercouncil.org

W www.dungannon.gov.uk