Raskelf Pit

Raskelf Lake in Yorkshire is a prime fishing destination for Bradford No1 AA members due to its abundant fish population, offering anglers the chance to catch over 100lbs of various species like F1 carp, tench, and bream.

The lake’s 4.5 acres provide 50 unique fishing spots with different features like trees and weeds, and depths ranging from 2 to 10 feet.

Raskelf Pit

Raskelf Pit, Raskelf, York YO61 3LF, United Kingdom

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About Raskelf Pit

Raskelf Lake in Yorkshire is a popular fishing spot for members of Bradford No1 AA. The lake is known for its plentiful fish, with anglers often catching over 100lbs during the summer. The lake is 4.5 acres in size and has 50 spots for anglers to fish from. Each spot has different features to fish near, like trees and weeds, and the water is generally 2 to 6 feet deep, but some areas can be up to 10 feet deep.

The main types of fish in the lake are F1 carp, tench, ide, bream, crucian carp, roach, chub, and barbel.

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