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Red House Lagoon - Moor Monkton

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Red House Lagoon


The water is controlled by the York Angling Association and generally you will be able to fish any one of the 40 pegs most days. The water is crescent shaped and has plenty of fish which to target. It is a very exposed water, situated next to the Water Works and has no facilities to speak of. The parking can leave a bit of a walk over rough ground to get to the pegs, but once there most pegs are suitable for anglers with disabilities.

Although it is not a massive water it is deceptively deep with up to 9 ft between float and hook even when only fishing less than a rod length out.

The main tactics are to either fish the pole or waggler at anywhere between 1 and 2 rod lengths out. Regular feeding will bring the fish up in the water, (winter fish 9 to 10 ft for consistent roach/ bleak sport on maggot). The roach, perch, bream, bleak and ruffe will respond to maggot or caster and loose feed a finger full of hemp will see your float go under all day. Bream will respond to the feeder but don't go too far out; worm or corn on the hook will see fish taken. During the winter months, there are quite a number of mid twenty pike that fall well to sea deadbaits.


Day tickets must be bought in advance, from all the York Tackle Shops at £4.00 in advance (Season tickets cost £28.00 for adults and £10.00 for juniors, OAP's £14.00 (Jan to Dec))


Fish from dawn until dusk, no groundbait or livebaiting allowed. 


Coming from York, you need the A59. You pass through Nether and Upper Poppleton you need to turn right (signposted) to Moor Monkton. You then need to take the first right, which will lead you down to the water. There is ample parking on site, one of the parks is visible from a fair few pegs.


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