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Birkwood Farm Lakes - Altofts

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Water Name

Birkwood Farm Lakes


This water was built in 1996 and opened during the winter of 1998 following a heavy stocking program. The water is adjacent to Birkwood Caravan and Camping Centre. A number of pegs are suitable to disabled anglers as cars can be parked behind the pegs with prior agreement.

There is also 1 dedicated disabled wheelchair peg. The fact that 2 disabled angling clubs regularly use this fishery verifies the quality of the access.

Fishing is from the wooden platforms only which makes it comfortable and generally mud free. There is ample parking and also toilet facilities on site. The water is closed all Mondays apart from Bank Holidays. On weekends there are often matches, however the owner usually keeps the main lake free for pleasure anglers on Saturday.

The Main Lake

This lake is about 3 acres in size and has varying depths with the deepest parts dropping down to 12 foot. There are good margins all around the lake at about 4 to 5 foot deep. There are only 28 pegs so it is not crowded but does fill up quickly.

birkwood main lake

The Froghall Lake

This lake is much smaller at an acre and can cater for 10 anglers. Again the water has good average depths of 7 foot in most places and again adds to the appeal of this year round fishery.

Both waters are stocked with similar fish stocks. The carp run into the low twenties with plenty of double figure fish. Big chunks of meat generally accountfor the better fish. In the warmer weather floating baits account for some very good nets of fish. The other fish generally targeted by the big fish anglers are the bream with a few specimens reaching double figures. A corn and crumb feeder is the preferred tactic for Tench with some fish almost reaching 5 lb. There are also plenty of silver fish with Roach and Rudd to a pound and a half. Perch also run to a pound and there are also some nice crucians with better fish over the pound mark.

Emilys and Oscars Lakes

Opened during 2005 are two new Canal type lakes which have been heavily stocked and contain plenty of pastie sized carp. Combined there are 68 extra pegs now available. Aimed at the matches but available for day ticket fishing.

There is now another lake named Molly's which was completed a couple of years ago taking the total to 5.

River Calder

The fishery has also now opened the River Calder up for fishing, parking is bank side and currently we are offering it on a Day Ticket basis (also available for club matches). The river fishing is only at test stage, if the demand is their we will keep it open! Fishing is also available on the adjacent Aire and Calder canal.


Day Tickets £7, £6 Concession, £5 for everyone after 1pm. Open all year round with fishing from dawn until dusk.


No keepnets except in matchesSensible use of loose feed required.Groundbait via polecup and feeder only.Barbless hooks only


Leave the M62 at junction 30 and get onto the A642 for Wakefield, as you enter the village of Stanley turn left onto Ferry Lane and the water is on the left hand side next to the two white cottages.




01924 892251



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