Fishing Areas in Cabarrus County

Frank Liske Park CFP, Concord

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Cabarrus County Parks and Recreation Department, Phone: (704) 920-2700

How To Go:
From the intersection of U.S. 601 and N.C. 49 near Concord, take N.C. 49 south toward Charlotte. Go 3.9 miles; turn right on S.R. 1309 (Stough Road). Go 1.3 mile and turn right into the park entrance. Go 0.3 mile; take the second paved road to the left and follow it to the parking lot and lake.

About the Frank Liske Park:
An area of shoreline is free of vegetation, and bank fishing is available. Improved access trails surround the lake. Picnic shelters are available, and universally accessible restrooms are located near the parking lot. Channel catfish are stocked monthly and fed daily from April through September. Fishing tackle is available for loan for free.

Primary Fish Species: Catfish, largemouth bass, crappie and sunfish.

T. N. Spencer Camp Park/Bear Lake CFP, Concord

Cabarrus County Parks and Recreation Department, Phone: (704) 920-2700

How To Go:
From Concord at the junction of N.C. 3 and N.C. 73, go 1.1 mile on N.C. 73 toward Mount Pleasant. Turn left on Gold Hill
Road (S.R. 2408); go 4.7 miles to Rimer Road (S.R. 3150). Turn left on Rimer Road; go 0.3 mi. to Foxford Drive (S.R. 3200). The park entrance is on the left. Follow the signs to the ponds.

About the T. N. Spencer Camp Park/Bear Lake:
Three ponds are at this site. The larger pond, next to the rental cabins and paddleboats, is Bear Lake, a 2-acre pond with an average depth of less than five feet. A universally accessible pier is available for the paddleboats. The ponds are stocked annually with channel catfish, which are fed regularly from April through September. Fishing tackle is available for loan for free at the park office.

Primary Fish Species: Catfish, largemouth bass and sunfish.

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