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Dearne Valley Park Lake

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Venues

Date

Old

Water Name

Dearne Valley Park Lake, Barnsley.

Description

Dearne Valley Park Lake. (A.K.A. Hoyle Mill Lake) Barnsley - Review By Tip Top. Managed purely by Hoyle Mill Angling Club, in pleasant surroundings within a major conservation area, this lake is highly under-estimated. With a good head of bream, roach, chub, tench, perch, skimmers and carp to 25lb plus, this 1 hectare lake hold it's own with better known waters. It has 2 islands and depths average 4 and a half foot with a couple of trenches going to 6 foot approx. Too good to be true? It gets better, it's free to fish. There are 2 lakes here, but fishing is main lake only. The smaller lake is for breeding and restocking the main lake. There is a curry house, Pub and Britannia Angling (owned by Clegg) all within a few hundred yards of the lake.

They show to all methods but pole and feeder seem to be the main tactics here with the feeder getting the bigger carp between the islands. It must be noted however that only the roadside bank has platforms at the moment but platforms are being put in place on the opposite bank by the Rangers. There is access for the disabled.

Prices/Costs

Day Tickets £2.00 and £1.00 Juniors.

Rules

Baits banned are boilies, spinning and floating baits. (Floating baits have resulted in the deaths of 3 ducks and a resident swan has had to undergo surgery to have a hook removed from its throat.)

There are no keepnets allowed and barbless hooks only.

Directions

Take the main A628 road from Barnsley to Pontefract, follow for approx 1 and half miles, you will go down a small hill. Go past the small industrial estate on the left, you'll see the Old White Bear pub, ignore the first car park on the left. Turn into the second car park on the left and follow the path to the lake.Directions.Take the main A628 road from Barnsley to Pontefract, follow for approx 1 and half miles, you will go down a small hill. Go past the small industrial estate on the left, you'll see the Old White Bear pub, ignore the first car park on the left. Turn into the second car park on the left and follow the path to the lake.

Postcode

Pontefract Road, Barnsley

Telephone

01266 213686 or 07977 317083

WWW

None provided...

Email

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Map Link

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