Tyersal Hall Farm Fishery - Tyersal

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Tyersal Hall Farm Fishery - Tyersal

Description

This is a place that one of our members Danny66 has as a firm favourite. Only a small water of about a quarter of an acre in size, it is very quiet and well out of the way. Nice and peaceful, but despite being in a dip, it does suffer with wind when it picks up. Fishing in the shallower pegs can cause problems with bait presentation.

There is good hard standing for the cars to be parked, and none of the pegs are that far away from the cars. There are no facilities with this water, but a number of the pegs are suitable for anglers with disabilities, although some assistance in getting to the pegs would be preferable.

The water although small has plenty of features for the angler to target; there are shelves all around the waters edge and to the far bank features.

The banks furthest away from the road are the shallowest with 3 foot being the maximum depth in some of the pegs. The roadside pegs have in some places 7 foot to go at. The water features a number of islands, many of which are reachable with 11 metre of pole. Various tactics do all work, poles are very handy at getting the bait adjacent to the far island features, and when we fished, this appeared to be the place where all the smaller fish were congregating.

There is a good stock of fish present, ranging from a good mix of newly stocked common and mirror carp, that average around 9oz. Theses are very pretty fish, the mirrors especially with brilliantly distinctive scale patterns. Bigger carp are present that run to 26lbs and vary from Ghost / Commons, but there are a fair few in the 1 to 2lbs bracket. There are also some brown goldfish present to about a pound. There are some large tench in the water that run to 4lbs. Making up the remainder of the stock are Roach (lots in the 1 oz bracket), bigger fish to 1lb. There are also perch present, mainly small but better fish to 1lb also. The water also contains a number of barbel to 2lbs additionally.

Baits to take with you include maggot, caster, corn, worm and pellets. When I fished it, in the height of summer with Andy and Bridad, we found that the key to getting bites was to fish as light as you could get away with. I got my fish on 0.11 diameter hook length and a size 20 hook. In doing this, you may well have to accept that you will get seen off a couple of times by the larger fish. It should be a very good venue in years to come.

Prices/Costs

Day Tickets on the bank £5.00

Rules

No litter, no night fishing, close all gates, no persons under the age of 16 (not sure if acceptable if they have to be accompanied), No Boilies, no bloodworm, no joker, barbless hooks only, ground bait in moderation, no fish over 2lb in keepnets.

Directions

Go up the M606 to the roundabout, take the right turn, down Rooley Lane (dual c/way) past Yorkshire Building Society on the left, past Asda, then to next roundabout, go straight over (sign to Tyersal). Your then on Sticker Lane, then get in right hand feeder lane after 100yds and turn right down Cutler Heights Lane, follow this for about a mile (past Morrisons depot on your right) and after the church on your right, turn off down Tyersal Lane. On your right is an estate, with some flats, then a sign on a building on your left for Tyersal Farm, go down the lane on the left and follow it down for a while, you'll go in between a farm and a couple of houses and then drop down (lane gets crappy here, so don't take the Bentley), car park is down the hill on the left. Sounds complicated, but isn’t honest!!!

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