Address14 Canal Side E, Newport, Brough, North Yorkshire HU15 2RL, United Kingdom
Woodhall’s Pond is a lovely body of water that spans 2 acres found in Newport, in the county of Yorkshire. As you move further away from the bank, the water depth quickly goes to between 4 and 6 feet, and as you continue to move further out, it drops even further to 10 feet, with a further channel lowering to almost 15 feet.
There are thirty different pegs and some good fish to catch. Carp, a healthy population of bream, tench, perch, roach, ide, crucians, rudd, chub, eels, and pike are the most prevalent species in this body of water.
What size do the fish go to?
Carp to 25lb, Bream and Tench up to 6lb, Tench to 3lb, Chub to 2lb, Eels to 5lb, and Pike to 20lb.
What tactics work well?
In light of the abundance of fish in this location, it is prudent to bring a varied assortment of bait, such as maggots, worms, corn, paste, and paste. When fishing for double-digit numbers, it is helpful to use specialized equipment and bait the hair rig with boilies or meat. Sea baits like cockles and prawns, fished into the margins of the water, are the most effective baits and fishing approaches for catching tench.
What facilities are on site?
Is parking available?
Yes, parking is available.
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