Burn Road Pond

Barlow, YO8 8, North Yorkshire, United Kingdom

A small pond of less than an acre, found on the road to the village of Burn, near Selby. The water is quite shallow at a maximum of 5-6ft, and has patches of margin lilies in the summer. Swims are comfortable and easily accessed, and many have solid platforms to fish from.
Roach, bream, tench and perch are the main species to be found at Burn Road, and the pond has a reasonable head of pike that go to double figures. Because the pond is so shallow, a waggler rod or pole is usually all that is required to catch the majority of species. Maggot and caster can usually be relied upon for the roach, with caster generally drawing the larger specimens. Bream and tench can be had on maggot, caster, worm and corn, and both species respond well to moderate groundbaiting.

Address: Barlow, YO8 8, North Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Website: http://www.ydaa.org.uk

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