Brough Kingfisher Pond

Kingfisher Pond is a tailor-made pond, developed primarily as a venue for our junior members as well as a training facility for the Association’s qualified angling coaches. Fishing on Kingfisher Pond is now open to all Association members.

With the ‘Summer Scorcha’ programme and induction courses for young people, we hope to create the next generation of anglers. The pond is stocked with a mixture of nearly all species, including 450 8oz carp stocked in October 2012.

This horseshoe-shaped pond is approximately 10 metres wide and is 2 metres deep. Float-fishing is the suitable method, all baits are eagerly taken, especially maggots, sweetcorn and bread.

Permit required

Standard Membership 5am – 10pm
Strictly No Night Fishing

Stock / Size

Roach, Rudd, Chub, Carp, Tench, Ide, Perch and Bream.

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 at the car park situated at the end of the pond just as you come through the main gate to the complex.

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.