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Raker Lakes - Wheldrake

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Water Name

Raker Lakes.


There are 5 lakes in total, one for specimen carp and the other 4 directed to general coarse fishing.

This water offers caravan facilities, with good toilet facilities for anglers. Although situated fairly close to Pool Bridge Farm, both fisheries do very well in terms of the number of anglers who attend. There are regular matches on Wednesdays, with the number of pegs reduced.

On entering the complex the first water you will see is the old trout lake. Over the last year or so this has been given over to general coarse fishing with a good mixed stock of fish. There is still the odd trout caught every now and again though.

The next pond on the right hand side is Heron, only a small pond but stocked with some decent carp, roach, perch, bream.Quite shallow throughout, the fish seem to get caught next to a feature. Most methods will work, again chop and change until the one for the day is found.

The favoured lake on the waters is the Horseshoe, which always has a number of pegs that do very well each week. The match record stands at over 100 lbs, but pleasure weights in that region are available to most anglers during the summer months. The lake offers 50 pegs fished from the inside of the horseshoe. It also features 2 distinct ledges on each bank, where the fish tend to pick most of the bait up from. There are some very nice fish in here with perch up to around the 4 lb mark, roach to 2lb and rudd to the pound and half mark.

Acorn Lake is one of the newer ponds and it is a bit of a walk from the car park if laden down with tackle. As such it doesn't get fished as much as the 'shoe', which is a shame because again there is a very good mix of fish in here with some immaculate conditioned carp.

The final lake is the Kingfisher Lake, which is available only for specimen carp fishing. There are only 13 pitches on here and the lake is approximately 7 acres. The number of fish is not immense, so the potential for growth is considerable.

Again a very good set of waters that offer everything the coarse angler requires, unless you definitely want to fish a lake that is not the Horseshoe, then avoid match days. Take all the food you require for the day, as the nearest shop is a good 2 miles away. Catch up with the owner or one of his staff before settling on a peg, as this is the best way of being put onto the fish straight away, they are very helpful.


Fishing from 7am to 7pm each day, Day tickets £6 per day, extra rod £2. Concessions £4.00 (£4. After 4pm). Carp tickets start at £10 per day for up to 3 rods. 24hrs available at £20. Winter ticket mid Nov to 1st March day ticket: £7 / 24hrs £12.


 All landing nets must be dipped
  Barbless hooks only - checks are made and those fishing with barbed hooks will not be weighed in at matches
  No keepnets - we will provide these for matches
  Groundbait in feeders or pole cups only (not by hand)
  No nuts, bloodworm or joker
  Poles may be floated on water provided a float is attached and in the water
  No children unless fishing - children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult
  No dogs, radios or fires
  Fishing from platforms only
  Please remove all litter, disgarded fishing tackle, cigarette ends and matches.

  No sacking of fish
  No nuts, or tigers - particles are OK if properly, trout pellets OK
  Minimum line of 8lb, carp rods only, no poles or quiver tips
  Unhooking mat required
  No boats or bait boats
  No fixed rigs, if using leadcore or shockleaders make sure leads can break free - rigs will be checked
  Landing nets must have at least 32 inch arms and nets and slings must be dipped
  No night only tickets i.e. day or 24 hour tickets only
  No dogs, fires or guns. No loud music or antisocial behaviour
  Children under 16 must be accompanied at all times
  No rods to be left unattended


Leave the A64 at the A19 turnoff (also signposted to the retail outlet village) and head towards Selby for about a mile and a half, take the first left turn signposted to Wheldrake. Follow this road for about 4 miles till you come into the village and turn left at the Wenlock Arms, follow this road for about a mile and on a sharp right hand bend the gates to the fishery are on the left.


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Steven or Phil Thompson 01904 448793



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