A small disused Mill Dam which the club has nurtured over the years with a steady stocking program of Carp, Tench & Silver fish, Ideal for beginners & tutoring
Pond Specific Rules. Strictly no night fishing. No keepnets allowed. The entrance Gate is padlocked please phone the club secretary for lock combination. Strictly no climbing of fence to gain access.
Cooper Bridge Road, Bradley, enter the fishery through the Yorkshire Water Works Entrance. Parking is only allowed in the official car park on the left, see sign. Two disabled specification platforms for preferential use! Please read the sign at the drop off point. Keep to footpaths and fish from designated pegs only, do not disturb any vegetation in any way or make new fishing pegs. In 2014 Reedsmire was stocked with 500 small Tench, it’s also known to contain Roach, Perch, Skimmers and odd Carp.
This pond is a prolific breeding ground for Bird life with green sheltered vegetation. Our bailiffs here are Bird enthusiasts. The permission and lease for this fishery were years in the negotiation and we must have all Rules respected in order to keep this Oasis. It is ideal for windy days and the most peaceful of surroundings.
A newly acquired water adjacent to the River Calder at Woodnook. A pond that has been looked after for years by a small dedicated group of anglers, and Mirfield AC intend to continue to preserve the fishing and wildlife surrounding this beauty spot. It has 15 pegs with platforms. Plenty of fish including Roach, Perch, Rudd, Carp, Crucians, Skimmers, Chub etc. Access is down Foxholes Lane to the bottom of Altofts Canal, where it re-joins the river. Please park tidily, respect other users! To get to the reservoir, you must cross the bottom lock do not use the top lock and walk in front of the lock keepers house look for the gate on the right hand side. NO NIGHT FISHING OR FIRES. There is a club padlock on the gate you will require a club key.
Our latest acquisition and what a beauty! Committee members are overjoyed at this fishing jewel. The reservoirs is positioned on the River Washburn within the Wharfe Valley and inside the grounds of the Farnley Estate. This reservoir has been untouched from a coarse fishing point of view, for many years it was an exclusive Trout syndicate water. However natural stocks of Chub, Perch and Dace have thrived since the damming of the Washburn over a hundred years ago to create Lindley Wood Reservoir. Roach and Bream stocked further up the reservoir chain have also populated and successfully bred in the water to create a superb mixed coarse fishery. Located in the stunning wooded Washburn Valley the reservoir offers anglers fishing in one of the most tranquil spots in Yorkshire. If bites are short then the Red Kites and Osprey will entertain.