It is safe to say that you are searching for a pike as much as 40 pounds? Any of these Bradford demonstrated pike fishing areas will get the job done.
Bradford Top Five Pike fishing lakes and waterways are:
- Royds Hall Dam, Low Moor, Bradford BD12 0ED
- Fagley Beck, Bradford
- Chellow Dene Reservoir, Allerton, Bradford, BD9 6AX
- Kirklees Lagoon, Brighouse, HD6 4HA
- Harold Park Lake, Low Moor, Bradford, BD12 0DL
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Royds Hall Dam, Low Moor, Bradford BD12 0ED
The dam was essentially diminished in size in light of the fact that new homes were built on the north side of the dam. Naturally, this is the best region to develop on the grounds that it is the shallower side of the repository. The north side of the supply underneath Delp Hill falls od rapidly, bringing about less water plants establishing and making territory. Pike up to 14lb 6oz the best snare to utilize is Pineapple Boilie
Fagley Beck, Bradford
pike up to 23lb 5oz best lure to utilize is 12cm Floating Roach Lure
Chellow Dene Reservoir, Allerton, Bradford, BD9 6AX
Our fishery at Chellow Dene (Allerton) is the highest of two antiquated Bradford supply repositories. It tends to be reached from various areas, however Chellow Lane is the most helpful for vehicle drivers. Park close to the recreation center passage on the path top, yet not hindering any section. You should stroll around the primary lake on one or the other side, then, at that point up the dam divider to the top lake.
Kirklees Lagoon, Brighouse, HD6 4HA
This fishery is situated on the banks of the Calder River, close to M62 Junction 25. Stopping is open in the lay-bys in the path driving down to Huddersfield from the intersection indirect. To get to the pool, go for a medium walk through the field and through the forest. The lake’s profundity starts at around 6 feet close to the thruway and ascends to around 14 feet at the inverse end.
Harold Park Lake, Low Moor, Bradford, BD12 0DL
This fishery is situated inside Harold Park’s grounds and is an old Victorian sailing straight. The recreation center is situated in Bradford’s Low Moor area (among Odsal and Wyke). It’s a wide, square-formed lake with a street that folds over the border. The lake’s banks are encircled by water, and the base is completely stone-lined and uniform.