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Tinkers Pond

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Tinkers Pond, Barnsley


Barnsley Angling Association control some top quality waters that offer very good value in terms of day ticket fishing. The oddly named Tinkers Pond lies just on the outskirts of Barnsley still within the city limits. There are two waters to choose from known as top and bottom ponds.

The top pond is close to good parking and the pegs offer hard standing with specially designed pegs for wheel chair anglers. The disabled pegs are indicative of the work that the club has put into these waters over the years. Until recently the ponds were stocked massively with Tench to the exclusion of most other fish. This made the spring and summer sessions exceptional but the colder months were often a little barren. The Tench were thinned out and Carp and silver fish introduced.

The pond nearest the parking area is known as the Top Pond and has 17 pegs to choose from. The margins have a good 4ft and drop down steadily towards the bottom pond to depths of 11ft. furthest away is the Bottom Pond which is about the same size and has 11 pegs to choose from. It is also much shallower with 3ft in the margins but deeper places down to 6ft.

Both ponds are similarly stocked, the Carp are the heaviest fish in the water with better specimens to 18lb but you will find most fish average a little over 3lb. The regular favourite Carp baits such as corn, meat (including cat food) and Pellets will all work well during the warmer months. Don't neglect the margins, especially first and last thing. The original Tench are wonderfully coloured and the better fish go to a little over 5lb. Worm and corn fished quietly close in will work for them. Bream are present with the best fish to 4lb and plenty of skimmers to be had. There is also a healthy stock of silver Bream that go to 10oz, Roach to 2lb and Perch to just short of 4lb.


Day tickets are £2.50 on the bank. Concessions at £1.25, Under 12's fish for free if accompanied by a club member. Yearbooks run April to April and cost £20.00 with Concessionary Permits costing just £10.00.


Fishing dawn till dusk. Barbless hooks only.


Leave Barnsley on the A638 towards Huddersfield following signs for Denby Dale. Just past a school is Woodstock Lane, take a right here, go right on to the end and under the railway bridge, then follow the track to the right and to the waters. 


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