Dunholme Pond


Dunholme, Lincoln LN2 3NE, United Kingdom

Fishery Information

This fishery is run by Lincoln & District Angling Association.

Dunholme Pond is a small rural pond located on the outskirts of Dunholme and Welton. The Lake District Angling Association (LDAA) took over the lease in July 2020 and has since undergone significant renovation work, including improvements to parking, pegs, platforms, and steps. The 10-peg venue was opened on 7th August 2020, and anglers have reported frequent catches of Roach, Rudd, and small Carp. As this is a relatively new venue, there may be surprises in store, and LDAA eagerly awaits catch reports from anglers.

What size do the fish go to?

While Dunholme Pond is known for frequent catches of Roach, Rudd, and small Carp, specific size ranges of the fish are not mentioned. Anglers visiting this venue may have the opportunity to encounter a variety of fish sizes, providing a diverse fishing experience.

What tactics work well?

As Dunholme Pond is a small rural pond with Roach, Rudd, and small Carp being the primary reported catches, traditional tactics like pole fishing or float fishing with baits such as maggot, corn, or pellet may work well. Anglers should experiment with different tactics to find what proves most effective on this new venue.

What facilities are on site?

Renovation work on Dunholme Pond has included improvements to parking, pegs, platforms, and steps, enhancing the fishing experience for visitors. As it is a rural pond, there may not be extensive facilities on site, and anglers are advised to bring their own fishing gear and equipment.

Is parking available?

Access to Dunholme Pond is strictly from off the Market Rasen Road, taking the farm lane on the left before Dunholme Cattery when departing Dunholme from Lincoln. The parking area is available for visitors, and LDAA kindly requests that vehicles be parked in a “herringbone” fashion to maximize availability. Parking in front of the gates to the communications tower is strictly prohibited to maintain engineer access at all times. A gate with a combination lock will be installed at the car park entrance, and LDAA members will be notified when this is completed.

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