Homestead Park Lake & Pilgrims Angling Club
Due to the current situation with COVID-19 fishing will now only available on the pond on an advanced booking only basis (at least 24 hours) for both members and day tickets.
Mobile: 07853 487320
Welcome to Pilgrims Angling Club, home to a 2 1/2 acre lake based in the middle of Immingham, NE Lincolnshire. The Pond is well stocked with a variety of fish including Rudd, Roach, Perch, Gudgeon, Bream, and Carp. Please feel free to browse round our site to see what we have to offer, any further information please contact us via the details above.
Please review the bookings below first on the Google Calendar.
As long at there are less than 10 bookings on the day you wish to fish you are welcome to book a spot via the booking form.
Choice of 12 Pegs (D1,2,4,6,9,12,14,17,19,22,24,26 are the pegs available), please see the swim map for peg locations Here
Once the booking is sent we will respond and send a payment request to non-members via PayPal, booking will be confirmed on completion of payment.
Prices for fishing are as follows, paid members will not have to pay to book on but bookings still need to be sent in so we can allocate a peg for you.
Adult - £6 per day Junior/Senior/Concession - £3 per day
Please ensure that you are fully available to fish before booking, as NO refunds will be offered under any circumstances. Any queries surrounding bookings please email email@example.com for assistance.
Memberships will run from date of purchase and last 12 months and prices are :-
Juniors must currently be accompanied by a adult day ticket or adult member in order to fish.
Members will still have to book pegs using the day ticket form with the current COVID restrictions in place and fishing will still be 9am to 9pm, but hopefully these will be relaxed throughout the summer.
Payment for memberships to made via Paypal, we will send a payment request once we have recieved all your details.
Since the early 1970ís Homestead Park has been a peaceful tranquil area at the north east corner of the town with an area for families to play and relax. The original plan was to have a play park, angling lake and town swimming baths together in one location but differences of opinion lead to just the play park and the angling lake being located here. The angling lake sits in a 2.4 acre site created by a local contracting firm and the lake was officially opened by Councillor John Tasker on the 4th April 1987, the year of Immingham Town Councilís 75th anniversary. The surrounding areas benefited from new trees and shrubs which were kindly donated by local firm, Norsk Hydro (Yara).
Since the beginning of February 2011 Homestead Park lake has been run by the Pilgrims Angling Club. This club was formed in September 2008 by four local angling coaches who met when they were all assisting with the local Get Hooked On Fishing project. Since formation the club had always dreamt of running their own facility and following a few discussions with the local council a lease was agreed and signed Following the official lease agreement the members and young anglers involved with Pilgrims AC have carried out many changes to the lake facility with the aim to provide an area of relaxation and beauty for all. The car park area has seen a number of small adjustments with the main project of replacing the grassed area with hardcore parking now giving anglers a secure area to park their cars. The pond is currently stocked with Carp (Common and Mirror), Tench, Roach, Rudd, F1 Carp, Skimmer Bream, Gudgeon and Perch
The club run a childrens club every Saturday morning throughout the year where the local children are encouraged to learn more than just fishing. Along with planned open days, the club sessions carry out pond dipping sessions which help the club members understand the ecology attached to the pond. Species found during these pond dipping sessions have included Water Boatmen, Pond Skater, Leech, tadpoles, Sticklebacks and baby roach. Activities such as this are a health check on the pond and any abnormalities are notified to the head bailiff for checking The newly created nature trail has seen the planting of over a hundred tree saplings at various locations around the border with wild flower seeds scattered along the trail to add a little extra colour to the wild flowers already growing freely. Because the trail is a natural one, warning signs are posted advising people of the rough ground. The opening of this trail has also seen the increase of bird and insect life in this area with numerous native small birds seen over the last few months. Hedgehogs, foxes and rabbits have also been seen along the path. Local residents have been encouraged to walk their dogs around this newly created trail giving them an area away from angling activities
Pilgrim's Angling Club
Saturday mornings are designated to running the Pilgrimís angling kids club. Open to all aged children 5-18 years old running from 9.00am to 12 noon. Costs are £2 per session and include all equipment and bait plus coaching from several qualified and DBS checked coaches. The club although mainly a course angling club also teaches and encourages members in other disciplines such as sea angling and game fishing. Children have the opportunity to be entered into various competitions through the year.