Brandesburton 2 Pond

No 2 Pond is a mature gravel pit of about two acres holding a good head of sizeable roach and perch.

The roach fishing tends to be at its best early in the year when pole-fished maggots can produce some excellent sport. The water has seen the capture of some large perch in the past, with fish up to 3lb 10oz reported – you can’t go far wrong with a good lobworm here.

There are also pike and eels present and a number of large carp.

The paths and swims are regularly maintained – all in all the pond offers good fishing in comfortable surroundings. The Association’s Brandesburton Ponds are all protected with otter fences.

Permits required

Standard Membership 5am – 10pm
B Class Night Permit 10pm – 5am

Stock / Size

Roach, Carp, Tench, Eels, Bream, Perch, Pike / 2 Acres

Directions

Follow the A165 (Hull to Bridlington) road. On entering the village of Brandesburton, take the first left turn down Hempholme Lane. Follow this road for less than 1 mile. No 2 Pond is on the left.

Parking

Parking must be in the first car park adjacent to No 3&4 Pond. Members must not block farm access to fields. Under no circumstances drive into the field, even just to unload or collect tackle. If you do it will result in a life ban. Please note that security gates are fitted to all vehicle access points at the Brandesburton fisheries and are locked at all times. A combination will be supplied with your annual membership.