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Pocklington Canal

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9 Miles long, starting near Pocklington on the A1079 and terminating at East Cottingwith on the River Derwent. It was built in the late 18th century for £32,695 (lower than originally estimated) to transport agricultural produce to the West Riding and coal to Pocklington. There were threats to fill it in during the fifties, with chalk sludge.

As far as I know it is navigable up to Melbourne with work been carried out by the Pocklington Amenity Society to make the whole length navigable.

On average the canal is 40ft wide and 3 to 5ft deep and is stocked with all the usual suspects; bream, roach, tench, carp, perch, pike, etc. The tench run to 6lb+ and the pike in excess of 20lb. There are also some large shoals of bream and roach around. But this is also a very finicky venue and you can very easily blank.

It is a notoriously clear and weedy venue so the pole isn't always the best option, as this can spook the fish. Try a small insert waggler or dart (canal blue) with maggot and sweet corn accounting for most fish with bread punch working well in winter.

The most popular venues are canal head at Pocklington, the Melbourne Arm and Hagg Bridge. It can, however, be accessed at various points along its length.

York and District Amalgamation of Anglers control the whole length. Day tickets are available in advance, they are not sold on the bank, from York tackle shops and Canal Head; College Arms, Beilby; Melbourne Arms, Melbourne; and The Cottage at Coats Bridge


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