Rosedale Lake

Rosedale Lake in Yorkshire is a 6-acre fishing spot with varying depths, islands, overhanging trees, and diverse vegetation.

Stocked with carp, bream, roach, perch, and more, it offers exciting fishing opportunities.

Productive fishing yields of up to 100 pounds in summer make it a popular and scenic fishing destination.

Rosedale Lake

Rosedale Lake, Rosedale Abbey, Pickering, North Yorkshire YO18 8SE, United Kingdom

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About Rosedale Lake

Rosedale Lake in Yorkshire is a popular fishing spot with a size of 6 acres. The lake has varying depths from 3 feet to 20 feet and features 3 islands and overhanging trees that provide shade and cover for the fish. You can also find lily beds, reeds, and bulrushes along the edges of the lake.

The lake is stocked with a variety of fish, including carp, bream, roach, perch, barbel, chub, tench, rudd, and crucians. The carp in the lake average around 10 pounds but can weigh up to the early 20s, making for exciting fishing. There are also eels that can weigh over 9 pounds and a few large catfish that were introduced in the 1980s and now weigh over 50 pounds.

Fishing at Rosedale Lake can be very productive, with pleasure catches of up to 100 pounds being common in the summer months. It’s a great place to enjoy a day of fishing in a beautiful setting.

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