Fishing Areas in Guilford County

Bur-Mil Park Ponds CFP, Greensboro

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Greensboro Parks and Recreation Department, Phone: (336) 373-3800

How To Go:
From Greensboro, take U.S. 220 north; turn right (east) on Owl’s Roost Road (S.R. 2337). Go 0.4 mile; turn left on Bur-Mil Club Road. The park office is ahead; the two ponds are located toward the rear of the park.

About the Bur-Mil Park Ponds:
The banks of the two ponds have been cleared of brush. A fishing pier on Lake Brandt is accessible from the park. Park staff will help disabled anglers to the pier. Fish attractors and fish feeders attract fish. Fishing tackle is available for loan for free. Channel catfish are stocked regularly from April to September.

Primary Fish Species: Largemouth bass and sunfish in the 3.5-acre pond; channel catfish in the 1-acre pond.

Hagan-Stone Park CFP, Greensboro

Greensboro Parks and Recreation Department, Phone: (336) 674-0472

How To Go:
From Greensboro, take U.S. 421 south; take exit 126 near Pleasant Grove to the right on Hagan-Stone Park Road (S.R. 3411). Follow signs for 2.3 miles to park entrance on right.

About the Hagan-Stone Park:
The park, a scenic, 409-acre campground, wildlife refuge and recreational facility, includes picnic shelters, swimming pool, hiking and biking trails, softball fields, horseshoe pits and three playgrounds. Restrooms are located at the marina on the largest pond. The park has four ponds with the largest pond (23 acres) stocked monthly from April through September with channel catfish. Fish feeders have been erected, and fish attractors are installed. Fishing tackle is available for loan for free.

Primary Fish Species: Catfish in largest pond; largemouth bass, bluegill and redear sunfish in all ponds.

Lake Brandt TLP, Greensboro

Greensboro Parks and Recreation Department, Phone: (336) 545-5333

How To Go:
From I-85/40 in Greensboro, take exit 127 to U.S. 220/29 north. Go 2.9 miles; turn right on West Wendover Avenue (staying on U.S. 220). Go 2.4 miles (on Wendover Avenue); turn right on Battle-ground Avenue (staying on U.S. 220 north). Go 0.6 mile; bear right on Lawndale Drive. Go 5.4 miles (Lawndale Drive will turn into Lake Brandt Road /S.R. 2347); the marina entrance is on the left.

About the Lake Brandt TLP:
There are two piers; one is off Bur-Mil Park property, and the other is near the marina. Fish feeders are located near the bank fishing area. Lake staff will assist disabled anglers with access. Obtain loaner rod /reel combos for free from the marina office. Anglers can purchase fishing licenses at the marina.

Primary Fish Species: Bluegill, crappie, largemouth bass, channel and white catfish, carp and bullheads.

Lake Higgins TLP, Summerfield

Greensboro Parks and Recreation Department, Phone: (336) 643-4295

How To Go:
From I-85/40 in Greensboro, take exit 127 to U.S. 220/29 north. Go 2.9 miles; turn right on West Wendover Avenue (staying on U.S. 220). Go 2.4 miles (on Wendover Avenue); turn right on Battle-ground Avenue (staying on U.S. 220 north). Go 7.3 miles; turn left on S.R. 2135 (Hamburg Mill Road). Go 0.4 mile; the marina entrance is on the left.

About the Lake Higgins:
Anglers can fish from the pier, and fish feeders are located near the bank fishing area. Lake staff will assist disabled anglers with access. Anglers can obtain loaner rod /reel combos for free and purchase fishing licenses at marina.

Primary Fish Species: Largemouth bass, channel catfish and crappie.

Lake Mackintosh TLP, Whitsett

Burlington Recreation and Parks Department, Phone: (336) 449-2078

How To Go:
From U.S. 85/40 near Burlington, take exit 138; go south on U.S. 61. Go 0.7 mile; the marina entrance is on the left.

About the Lake Mackintosh:
Fish feeders are located near the bank fishing area, and a universally accessible fishing pier has been constructed. Only boats with non-gasoline motors are allowed. The marina is closed on Tuesdays.

Primary Fish Species: Largemouth bass, crappie and sunfish.

Lake Townsend TLP, Brown Summit

Greensboro Parks and Recreation Department, Phone: (336) 375-2232

How To Go:
From I-85/40 in Greensboro, take exit 127 to U.S. 220/29 north towards Reidsville. Go 10 miles (staying on U.S. 29); take the Summit Avenue (S.R. 2526) exit. Turn left at the exit ramp; go 0.1 mile back over U.S. 29; turn left at the next stop sign on Summit Avenue. Go 0.8 mile; turn right on S.R. 2641 (Bryan Park Road). Go 0.6 mile; turn right on S.R. 2642 (Lake Townsend Road). Go 0.5 mile; the marina entrance is on the left.

About the Lake Townsend:
Fish feeders are located near the bank fishing area. Lake staff will assist disabled anglers with access.

Primary Fish Species: Largemouth bass, crappie, carp, channel catfish and Bodie bass (striped bass x white bass hybrid)

Oak Hollow Lake TLP, High Point

High Point Parks and Recreation Department, Phone: (336) 883-3494

How To Go:
From I-40 west of Greensboro, take the Regional Airport exit. Take N.C. 68 south into High Point, turn right on S.R. 1507 (Centennial Road); follow it to the marina.

About the Oak Hollow Lake:
Bank fishing sites and fish feeders are located along the bank, and restroom are available at the marina. Fishing is available by permit in this 800-acre lake. Boats larger than 23 feet or heavier than 3,000 pounds are not allowed.

Primary Fish Species: Largemouth bass, crappie, Bodie bass (striped bass x white bass hybrid), channel catfish, white perch, bluegill and sunfish.

Oka T. Hester Park CFP, Greensboro

Greensboro Parks and Recreation Department, Phone: (336) 373-2937

How To Go:
In Greensboro, take I-85 to exit 121; go north on Holden Road. Go 1.5 mile; turn left on West Vandalia Road. Go 1.5 mile; turn right on Tonkin Road. Go 0.1 mile; park is on the right.

About the Oka T. Hester Park:
This 9-acre lake is located to the left of the parking area. Several bank areas are clear of brush, and four fishing piers are available, some of which are universally accessible. Restrooms and picnic shelters are located in the park. Fish attractors and fish feeders are used to concentrate fish. Channel catfish are stocked regularly from April through September. Fishing tackle is available for loan for free.

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

Old High Point City Lake TLP, High Point

High Point Parks and Recreation Department, Phone: (336) 883-3498

How To Go:
From I-85, take I-85 Business south to the Jamestown exit, turn on Oakdale River Road; go north toward Jamestown. Go two miles; turn left on U.S. 29/70-A. Go through town, across the Deep River; take the second road to the right into the park. The park is on the right; the marina is on the left.

About the Old High Point City Lake:
Fishing is available by permit in this 350-acre lake at special bank fishing sites or from a universally accessible pier. Universally accessible parking is available within 30 feet of the pier. Fish feeders are located near the pier and bank fishing areas. Restrooms are available at the marina.

Primary Fish Species: Largemouth bass, sunfish, bluegill, crappie, Bodie bass (striped bass x white bass hybrid), bullheads, pickerel and carp.

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