Kettlethorpe Hall Drive, Wakefield, WF2 6QE, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Controlled by the Wakefield Angling Club, this lake is originally part of the Kettlethorpe Hall ornamental gardens. Kettlethorpe Hall Lake is small yet well-established and has a lot of natural features. This venue can accommodate up to 25 anglers and provides a reasonable sized car park at the entrance.
The lake is home to stunning bream, roach, crucian carp, tench, chub, rudd, perch and larger cap. The depth of this lake is quite shallow, around 3 foot.
To get there, follow these directions. Access to the water is off the Barnsley road about 500 yards, before Newmillerdam. Heading towards Newmillerdam, the entrance can be hard to spot. However, it is just in front of the island bollards in the road on your right.
What size do the fish go to?
We couldn’t find any information about the size of fish present in this fishery.
What tactics work well?
Popular methods for this venue include pole, waggler and feeder tactics. There are 2 islands on the venue, which are accessible from more than 10 pegs.
What facilities are on site?
Parking facilities are available on site.
Is parking available?
There is a reasonable sized car park at the entrance.
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