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The club The Army has booked a match on the 2nd September 2019 for 40 pegs
The club The Army has booked a match on the 1st September 2019 for 48 pegs
The club I A C has booked a match on the Sunday 28th July 2019 for 10 pegs pegs

 

Nostell Priory



ABOUT THIS VENUE

We are excited to announce that we have just signed a lease on a new venue. From 1st Jan 2018 we will be adding Nostell Priory Upper Lake to our ever growing list of fisheries. This is an historic estate lake of over 20 acres famous for big Carp, Tench, Bream and Pike and will give us added pegs for when the rivers are closed. The lake is situated close to Wakefield which will be well situated for our many more northerly members. This lake needs a proactive club such as ourselves to bring it back to life. There is a huge amount of work to do at this Lake to restore it to its former glory. We will be running work parties on a regular basis to tackle the undergrowth, peg building, reed removal etc. We know that there are weed and silt issues and have agreed an extremely reasonable lease cost with this in mind. In return, we will give the place some much needed care and attention through work parties and maintenance work. This is an absolute gem of an Estate Lake and we are very lucky to have secured the lease.

Members are allowed to night fish this venue

The Bailiffs
Simon Hayes (Venue Lead) Dave Binns Michael Abson Krzysztof Barczak (Christoff)
Simon Hayes Dave Binns MichaeL Abson Krzysztof Barczak

Interactive Google Map of the location

Please see the Pegs and depths map below (click on it for more detail):
Many Thanks to Mark Bates for taking the time to pull this together for us.

Nostell Complex

Directions

The main estate postcode is WF4 1QE. Parking is in the 2 car parks shown on the Google Earth interactive map. For details of swims and features etc, please also see the hand drawn map above.

Dashcam footage of the entrances To follow shortly From the A1 – leave the A1 at junction 38. Follow the A638 through South Elmsall, straight on at the roundabout at Ackworth Moor Top. Proceed past the Spread Eagle pub on the right, through the bends in Wragby village. Pass the entrance to Nostell Priory (on the right then the Hemsworth turning on the left . The entrance to the wood side car park is on the left approximately ¼ mile past the Hemsworth turning. It is not clearly visible until you are almost on top of it.

To view this approach please click on the file below showing the last ¼ mile.

Woodside E Picture To be added shortly.

For the “field side” continue on the A638 over the bridge that separates the Upper (left) and Middle (right) lakes. The entrance to the “field side” car park is on the left approximately 150 metres past the end of the bridge, immediately after the “Foulby” sign.
View here …

Fieldside E Picture To be added shortly.

From Wakefield – follow signs to Nostell Priory/ Doncaster for approximately 6 miles. The road has 2 forks. You need the right one at both of these. Pass the entrance to the Nostell Priory Holiday Park (green and white sign on the left), plus bus stops on the right then left. Pass the row of cottages on the left. The entrance to the field side car park is 50 metres on the right immediately before the “Nostell” sign.
Click on the file below to view.

Fieldside W Picture To be added shortly.

For the “woodside” car park continue on the A638. The entrance is on the right about 70 metres past the bridge.

Both car parks have a padlocked barrier. Unless travelling light, a barrow is advisable to access the swims from the car parks. Fishing from the field side is mainly from “grass/ mud” swims and can be very wet following heavy rain. Waders are also advisable, though not essential.

Fishing from the woodside is mainly from wooden platforms.

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