AddressSherburn in Elmet, Leeds, North Yorkshire LS25 6DU, United Kingdom
Bacon Pond, found located in Sherburn, North Yorkshire, is more comparable to a small lake than a pond. It features forty pegs and depths that range from two to eighteen feet. It is under the jurisdiction of the Wheatsheaf Angling club.
Perch, a good head of carp (both mirror and common), a decent bream, plenty of small roach, decent bream, plenty of skimmers, tench, eels, a few crucians, perch, and some very nice pike are all residents in the pond.
The 40 pegs are very accessible, and more than half of them have space behind them for parking. Anglers who require assistance can use the pegs without compromising their fishing experience.
What size do the fish go to?
Perch up to 3 pounds, with the majority weighing in at 4 ounces on average, mirror and common in the 20-pound range, tench up to four pounds, eels weighing up to one pound, crucians weighing more than three pounds, and pike, some of which reach weights in the double digits.
What tactics work well?
Coarse fishing tactics that include the pole, the waggler, and the feeder. Meat, maggots, caster corn, and sweetcorn are all reliable sources of great catches.
What facilities are on site?
Is parking available?
Yes, parking is available.
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