Fishing Areas in Orange County

Anderson Community Park Pond CFP, Carrboro

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Carrboro Parks and Recreation, Phone: (919) 918-7371

How To Go:
From Carrboro, take N.C. 54 west to the city limit. Go approximately 0.25 mile, just past where the road goes from four lanes to two lanes; pond is on the right.

About the Anderson Community Park Pond:
This 5.5-acre pond is known locally as “Frog Pond.” Picnic tables, shelters, tennis courts, ball fields, hiking trails and rest rooms are available at the park complex. Channel catfish are stocked and fed monthly from April through September. Fishing tackle is available for loan for free.

Primary Fish Species: Catfish, largemouth bass and sunfish.

Lake Michael CFP, Mebane

Lake Michael Marina, Phone: (919) 563-4573

How To Go:
From the intersection of N.C. 119 and U.S. 70 in Mebane, take U.S. 70 east; go 0.3 mile. Turn left on North Ninth Street; go 0.2 mile. Turn right on Brown Street (the name of this road will change to Lebanon Church Road, S.R. 1306). Go 0.8 mile; the gravel drive to Lake Michael is on the right. Go 0.2 mile to the marina.

About the Lake Michael Marina:
This 60-acre lake is located in a 260-acre park complex that includes a boat ramp, playground, picnic areas and hiking trails. Vending machines and restrooms are available at the marina. Channel catfish are stocked monthly and fed from April through September. Fishing tackle is available for loan for free. From April through October, the lake is closed all day on Tuesdays and Wednesdays and on Sunday mornings.

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

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