Brough Cygnet Pond

Cygnet Pond is a long, narrow, one-acre pond with 17 evenly-spaced swims, a consistent 2½ metre depth and an average 15 metre width.

It has been developed as a pleasure venue, suitable for pole and general float fishing. The initial stock consists of several thousand small carp and roach, but also includes rudd, bream, crucians and some good-size tench. We expect the stock to grow and develop, and for it to eventually become a venue which provides great sport for members and will also attract match bookings. As with all the Brough venues, there is full road access to all swims, ample parking and toilet facilities close by. In November 2014, 2000 small carp were stocked to replace those dispersed to other Brough ponds by the tidal surge.

Permit required

Standard Membership 5am – 10pm

Strictly no night fishing

Stock / Size

Small carp, rudd, bream, roach, tench, crucian carp, perch, eels

1 acre

Directions

Close to the A63 on the outskirts of Brough, East Yorkshire.

Leave the A63 at the Brough / Elloughton exit. Turn onto Common Lane and continue over the manned railway crossing keep on down the single track lane and the complex is on the right

Parking

Good parking is available behind most pegs please do not obstruct other peoples access.

Please note that a security gate is fitted to the vehicular access at the Brough Complex this is locked at all times. A combination will be supplied with your annual membership.