Middleton Ponds

Middleton Ponds in Yorkshire offers a serene fishing experience with diverse fish species like Carp, Tench, Chub, Roach, Perch, Bream, Crucian Carp, Catfish, and Pike.

Various bait options are recommended for different fish, and the pond is accessible for disabled anglers.

Fishing is free, and the site accommodates anglers year-round.

Remember to bring your own gear.

Middleton Ponds

Middleton Ponds, Town Street, Middleton, Leeds, Yorkshire LS10 3TN, United Kingdom

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About Middleton Ponds

Middleton Ponds in Yorkshire is a peaceful fishing spot surrounded by beautiful woods. The pond has an island and depths of up to 6 feet.

You can catch a variety of fish here, including Carp weighing over 20 pounds, Tench up to 9 pounds, Chub up to 8 pounds, Rudd up to 3 pounds, Roach up to 2 pounds, Perch up to 2 pounds, Bream up to 6 pounds, Crucian Carp up to 2 pounds, rare Catfish up to 25 pounds, and Pike up to 25 pounds.

To catch Carp, Tench, and Bream, you can use a pole with pellets, maggots, worms, or meat near the island. For Roach and Rudd, try using caster or maggot bait. Perch usually go for red maggots or worms, while Pike prefer live or dead bait on a float. Catfish can be caught with luncheon meat, especially overnight with leger tactics. Waggler and float fishing with maggots is also effective.

Fishing at Middleton Ponds is free, and the water is open all year round. The location is suitable for disabled anglers. Just remember to bring your own fishing equipment.

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