Fishing Areas in Alamance County

Cedarock Park CFP, Burlington
Cedarock Park, Phone: (336) 570-6759, (336) 570-6760

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How To Go:
From Burlington, go south on N.C. 49 for 5.9 miles; turn left on Friendship-Patterson Mill Road (S.R. 1130). Go 0.3 mile; turn left on Cedarock Park Road (S.R. 2409). Go 1.3 mile to the parking area on the left.

About the Cedarock Park CFP:
Shoreline areas have been cleared of brush for bank fishing on this 2.5-acre pond, and a pier has been constructed. Universally accessible restrooms and parking facilities, including handi-capped parking spaces, are located near the pond. Disabled users can drive to and park next to the pier. Two fish attractors and fish feeders have been installed. Channel catfish are stocked regularly from April through September.

Primary Fish Species: Catfish, largemouth bass and sunfish.

Haw River, Graham-Mebane City Lake TLP, Mebane

Graham Recreation and Parks Department, Phone: (919) 563-6544

How To Go:
Take exit 150 off I-40/ I-85; turn left (north) on Jimmie Kerr Road (S.R. 1928). Travel 0.6 miles to where the road Ys and bears left. The road name changes at the “Y” from Jimmie Kerr to Trolling-wood Rd. (S.R. 1940). Go 1.2 mile on Trollingwood Rd. to where it intersects with Hwy. 70 (Main Street) in Haw River. Go through the intersection and the street name changes from Trollingwood Road to North Wilkens Street. Go 0.6 mile on North Wilkens Street to its junction with N.C. 49 north & Bason Road (S.R. 1927). Turn right on Bason Road; travel 1.9 mile to the lake entrance and marina on the left.

About the Haw River:
Fish feeders are located near the bank fishing area of this 650-acre reservoir. Closed December and January.

Primary Fish Species: Largemouth bass, catfish, crappie and redear sunfish.

Lake Cammack TLP, Burlington

Burlington Recreation and Parks Department, (336) 421-3872

How To Go:
From I-85/40 near Burlington, take exit 150; go north on Jimmie Kerr Road (S.R. 1928). Go 2.2 miles; turn right at the third traffic light on N.C. 49 north. Go 3.9 miles; turn left on McCray Road (S.R. 1754). Go 5.2 miles; turn right at second stop sign on Union Ridge Road (S.R. 1001). Go 0.4 mile; the marina entrance is on the left.

About the Lake Cammack TLP:
Fish feeders are located near the bank fishing area, and a universally accessible fishing pier with a walkway has been constructed. The marina is closed on Thursdays.

Primary Fish Species: Largemouth bass, chain pickerel, redear sunfish and white bass.

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