River Hull

Driffield, YO25 9, East Riding of Yorkshire, United Kingdom

The Association holds the lease to the fishing rights for two stretches of the River Hull at Bethell’s Bridge.
The first stretch extends from the gate immediately downstream of the house below the bridge (right bank looking downstream) to the gate immediately upstream of Hempholme Pumping Station – this agreement also covers a short length of Scurf Dyke.
Signs showing the extent of the fishing have been erected. Do not fish in front of the house at the bridge.
The other stretch starts upstream on the same bank (right bank) after the second gate (see notice board). It extends approximately 550 metres to where the other Association’s notice board is located.
Do not cause any nuisance to any of the boat owners or fish from their boats or occupied moorings, unless invited to do so.
Excellent parking is available on the left, over the bridge, behind the house. The parking is signposted.
It is predominately a winter fishery and good catches or roach, perch and pike are regularly taken. Bream, dace and rudd are also present.
Please note that the Association has received reports of a number of incidents where an individual who lives near the river is claiming the above rules are incorrect.

Address: Driffield, YO25 9, East Riding of Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Website: http://www.hdaafishing.co.uk/

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