AddressBall Hall Lane, Storwood, East Yorkshire YO42 4TD, United Kingdom
Paradise Lakeside Lodges is a lovely 15-acre park that features an interesting assortment of open grassland, ponds, wooded paths, and a wide variety of native flora and fauna. The park is conveniently located near York, and one can reach the breathtaking East Coast in less half an hour by car. Two fishing lakes located on the premises contain a variety of coarse fishing species. These species include bream, tench, golden rudd, rudd, roach, perch, common/mirror/ghost, and crucian carp, golden tench, and golden orfe.
The pods are about 100 meters away from House Lake. It is in the middle of woodland and reserved exclusively for residents. It comprises of two islands, in addition to reed and lily beds. The lake has an average depth of 3 feet and a maximum depth of 4 feet.
Lodge Lake is right outside of the lodges, and its exclusive access and focus as a margin fishery ensure that only residents can use it. Reed and lily beds occupy the space between each peg, and the depth ranges from 3 to 6 feet on average.
What size do the fish go to?
Information not available.
What tactics work well?
The key to catching the most fish at a depth of about three feet is to fish along the margins (use your plummet). Floats are effective when mounted on either a rod or a pole. All kinds of baits are effective, but bread is the one that seems to work the best. You can choose to fish on the top or on the bottom, depending on the weather. The successful strategy calls for continuous trickle feeding throughout the summer as well as the winter.
What facilities are on site?
Is parking available?
Yes, parking is available.
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