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Green Lane Ponds - Scorton

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Green Lane Ponds - Scorton

Description

Now, if your idea of an ideal fishing venue is a peaceful, out of the way, in the middle of countryside, wildlife in abundance with a natural venue. Then these ponds at Scorton cannot get any better for you. As well as all of the above, the waters offer good access for anglers with disabilities. The waters hold good colour and have sufficient depth to make it an all year round fishery. There are on site toilets and also food available for purchase at reasonable prices.

There is a parking area next to where the ponds are split. Thought has obviously gone into the pegs here with regards to anglers with disabilities, level hard standing with good access. The smaller of the two ponds is imaginatively called "Small Pond." It is about half an acre in size, tree lined, which helps when it is windy and there are good growths of marginal reeds. This water is a little deeper than the carp park pond with most areas offering between 4 and 5 ft to fish in. There are big carp present in the water that run to a little under 20lbs and they do fall regularly to specimen tactics and active 8 boilies at the moment. Most of the carp in here average a little over 10lbs so you do have to fish appropriate tactics to get them out. The water also holds tench, bream and chub with better fish weighing 6lb, 5lb and 3lb respectively. Alternatively there are plenty of crucians that go to a pound, and a healthy stock of roach and rudd also present.

The largest of the waters is called, wait for it, yes that is right "Big Pond." At just short of an acre the water features two tree filled islands. There are good marginal reeds in most pegs, and this water has the deepest areas towards the centre between the islands of between 13 and 15 foot. The remaining water has depths between 3 foot nearest the car park and 5 foot toward the RHS and top end of the lake. This lake holds the biggest of the carp at 25lb, with plenty of double figure fish also present. The remaining fish stocks are along similar lines to the small pond.

I would take meat, boilies and floating baits if the carp were my quarry, and maggot, caster, worm and corn will see every other eventuality covered.

Prices/Costs

Day tickets £5.00 for one rod with an extra rod at £2.00. OAPs / Disabled at £4.00 and under 16s at £3.00, available on the bank.

Rules

Fishing only from dawn until dusk and the water is open all year long. No big carp in the keepnets. Night fishing is allowed only via prior appointment.

Directions

Leave Darlington on the A167 towards Northallerton, pass Dalton and then you want to take a right turn towards Scorton on the B1263. Go past North Cowton, and a little over 2 miles there is a right turn onto a farm track down to the waters. It is just before the car boot sale building on the RHS.

Postcode

DL10 6EN

Telephone

01325 378643

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