Queen Mary’s Pond


Park Lane, Ripon, HG4 3, North Yorkshire, United Kingdom

Fishery Information

Situated in Rippon, North Yorkshire, Queen Mary’s Pond is a picturesque setting comprising of two lakes. The first body of water is named ‘Figure Of 8’ due to its shape. Shallow sections of the lake go down to around 3-4ft, with the deeper sections of water hitting 10ft.

The second lake is called the ‘Big Lake’ and lies just to the north of the Figure of 8. Both lakes contain a healthy stock of Roach, Bream, Tench, Carp, Eel, Gudgeon and Pike. The waters are strictly private, meaning that only members are allowed access.

What size do the fish go to?

Large pike often come in at over 20lbs, as well as a beautiful stock of Common and Mirrors which frequently weigh in the region of 18-25lbs.

What tactics work well?

Anglers claim that using the feeder with sweetcorn and worms can lead to excellent results. Furthermore, the use of pellets and boilies has proven to be beneficial during the warmer months.

What facilities are on site?

Clean and accessible toilet facilities are available on location.

Is parking available?

There are ample safe and secure car parking spaces available on site.

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