Aire & Calder Canal Fishing

Bridge Lane, Rawcliffe Bridge, DN14 8, East Riding of Yorkshire, United Kingdom

The canal is generally around 30 metres wide, and has an average depth of 12 feet in the main boat channel, although this shallows to between 6-9ft nearer the bank. Water flow is typically slow towards Goole, but it can reverse or stop depending on how the locks are used.
There are numerous access points along the 11 mile stretch available to YDAA members.
From Goole: South side down Dutch Riverside past Smith's Marina (AF Budge) to park in car park at side of Potter Drain. Walk along towpath to fish above Railway Bridge.
Rawcliffe Bridge: Park on small area of land opposite Black Horse Public House, walk onto towpath either side of bridge. DO NOT use Black Horse Car Park.
New Bridge: Park on British Waterways land bewteen two bridges opposite side of road to farm, leaving access clear for vehicles.
Beevers Bridge: Park in car park upstream of bridge.
Number 4 bridge and Crowcroft Bridge: Access down Crowcroft Lane, Pollington. Parking at Crowcroft Bridge will have to be at side of road over bridge. Also at side of road prior to Number 4 bridge. Access onto Canal bank and farmland MUST be kept clear, no parking on land owned by British Waterways

Address: Bridge Lane, Rawcliffe Bridge, DN14 8, East Riding of Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Website: http://www.ydaa.org.uk

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