Park View Lake

Park View Lake, located near York, is a popular spot for pleasure and specimen anglers, offering a variety of fish like carp, bream, and pike.

It features designated pegs for disabled anglers and is known for its specimen carp weighing over 20lb.

Various fishing tactics are effective, and the lake can be accessed via specific directions from the A64.

Park View Lake

Park View Lake, York YO41 1LZ, United Kingdom

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About Park View Lake

Park View Lake is an old estate lake located about 5 miles north of York. It is a great spot for both pleasure and specimen anglers, with a variety of fish including bream, tench, roach, perch, carp, and pike.

There are designated pegs for disabled anglers and these should not be used for matches.

Park View Lake is known for its specimen carp, with some weighing over 20lb. There are also tench up to 5lb, bream, and smaller fish like roach and perch. Carp fishing tactics work well here, as do float fishing with corn and bread for tench and bream. If you’re looking to catch smaller fish, using a waggler with maggot or caster bait is effective. There are also pike in the 5-10lb range.

To get to Park View Lake, take the A64 towards Scarborough from the York outer ring road. Turn right at the DEFRA Labs towards Sand Hutton, then take the second right after passing through the village. The lake is about three quarters of a mile down the lane, through a metal gate on the right. Parking is available next to the lake, just remember to close the gate after use.

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