Brough Fishery Complex
The Brough complex is rapidly becoming the jewel in the H&DAA crown. Since purchasing the former British Aerospace pond complex, the Association has spent many thousands of pounds on its development.
Additionally, a small number of members have given well over 7,000 hours of volunteer labour to the project. Now with all the major work completed, the original complex provides five separate fisheries offering the membership a range of angling experiences.
The acquisition of further land next to the original Aerospace lake has resulted in the Association excavating a pond that has developed into a popular, well-stocked ‘runs’ carp fishery.
The Brough Complex is particularly suitable for disabled anglers. There is parking directly behind or close to all the pegs and the majority of the pegs have level access. Several toilets are available in different locations on the site.
If you would like to help with the development of this complex, please contact Derek Pye on 07811 897033 to volunteer.
As with our other sites the Brough Complex provides a habitat for a large range of wildlife that we wish to protect and develop. To this end we have planted several thousand trees, shrubs and wild flowers.
Various. See information on individual fisheries.
Carp, Tench, Roach, Bream, Rudd, Ide, Crucian Carp, Perch, Pike, Eels
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, after the track splits. Left track to Welton Waters Activity Centre, continue straight on for Brough Fishery Complex.
Good parking is available behind most pegs please do not obstruct other people’s 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.