Swine Lane, Sandbeds, BD20 5LJ, Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Located in Sandbeds, Yorkshire, Leeds and Liverpool Canal is a 3 mile stretch of water that offers excellent sport to anglers of all levels. The water is encompassed by mature trees which offer privacy as well as a home for various wildlife species.
There are a number of spacious swims available and the main road is nearby, making it a suitable location for the elderly and disabled.
The venue is open to both members and day ticket anglers. Annual permits can be obtained from the club secretary and day tickets should be purchased from the local tackle and bait shop.
The waters are home to a healthy variety of Bream, Tench, Carp, Roach and Pike.
What size do the fish go to?
Perch, Bream, Tench and Roach commonly weigh between 3 and 8lbs. Pike and Carp generally come in at double figures, with the largest specimen exceeding 25lbs.
What tactics work well?
Standard still water methods generally work well. Additionally, worms, maggots and sweetcorn are all popular choices of bait.
What facilities are on site?
The setting is fairly isolated. However, the local tackle and bait shop is nearby. Moreover, clean and accessible toilet facilities are open to visitors.
Is parking available?
There are a limited number of spaces on the adjacent road.
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