Blue Lagoon Pond is situated at Broomfleet Landing and is a popular water of about 2 acres. This old clay pit has depths of around 8-12ft, with bottom weed sometimes causing problems during the summer.
The main interest are tench and bream with occasional large catches being made, particularly early in the season. Roach and perch (some big) are also present, along with some decent pike.
A major face-lift of the venue was undertaken over the winter of 2008/09. Now a high-quality path surrounds the pond. All the pegs have been renewed and now provide comfortable fishing, with the two swims adjacent to the car park suitable for disabled anglers.
The previous flooding problem from the canal, caused by a badly-fitting clough flap, has also been rectified. Following considerable effort and representation by the Association, the overhead power lines have also been removed. There is No Night Fishing at this venue. Also, please exercise discretion when fishing near bungalows, so as not to disturb residents.
Standard Membership 5am – 10pm
Strictly no night fishing allowed.
Stock / Size
Bream, Roach, Perch, Pike and Eels
Situated at Broomfleet, East Yorkshire close to the Market Weighton Canal.
Head west on Main Street through Broomfleet, then follow Sleights Lane on to Landing Land, and the pond is behind the first houses adjacent to the canal.
Ample parking available. Do not park on the road or cause an obstruction. Do not park on the grassy area when the ground is soft, or block access to the field on the Canal bank. Two pegs adjacent to parking suitable for disabled anglers.