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Smithies Reservoir

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Smithies Reservoir, Barnsley.

Description

This water looks absolutely stunning during the spring, summer and autumn periods. It is run by the very good Barnsley AA and is very well bailiffed by knowledgeable anglers who are always willing to help when they can.

There are no facilities to speak of at this water but there is on road parking with good hard standing and flat pegs that make the water suitable for anglers with disabilities. It is advisable to secure your car well and remove items from view as the area does suffer from scum who will break into your car if invited by carelessly left items.

The water is capable of offering sport the whole 12 months of the year. The water averages 7ft deep in most areas with the roadside and left hand side bank as you look at it from the road offering the deepest areas with around 10ft. The water is in a dip and is well surrounded by established trees and as such is easily fishable when strong winds are blowing.

The water has been stocked very sensibly to offer something for everyone at all times of the year. I doubt very much if you were to fish with any bait imaginable that at some point you won't catch a Bream. There are literally thousands of them stocked here and they can provide very large nets of fish to the competent angler. There are lots of skimmers with better Bream pushing the 5lb mark. The biggest fish in the water are the Carp, the largest caught last year was 26lb 5oz and they respond best to specimen tactics. The water also has plenty of smaller Carp stocked and during the summer large bags are on the cards for those fishing meat and pet food meats. The Tench in the water have a good deep colour and top out round about the 5½lb mark. The remainder of the fish are Roach with fin perfect fish to 1lb 6oz taken on a regular basis. Perch are present in good numbers averaging 6oz with better fish again to 2lb. Finally there are also lots and lots of Gudgeon that will take a maggot 24 hours a day.

Most baits will work here, maggot and caster work well for the silver fish, hemp is also a good way of picking out the bigger Roach as the weather gets colder. Meat is a good way of targeting the Carp and Tench. Paste fished just touching the bottom also accounts for good fish. The water has some excellent marginal features to fish to and as the water drops down fairly quickly these can be good areas to target at all times of the year.

Prices/Costs

Day tickets on the bank at £2.50 a day, OAPS and under 16's at £1.25. Under 12's can fish for free but must be accompanied by an adult. Season Tickets are available at £20.00 and run April to April.

Rules

Fishing dawn till dusk.

Directions

Leave Barnsley on the A61 head towards Wakefield. As you start to go up the hill out of Barnsley (less than a mile from the city centre) look for a left turn into Smithies Lane. Follow the road down to the bottom where the road levels out and the water is on the right hand side.

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