Bradford Top Five Pike Fishing Lakes & Rivers

Are you looking for a pike up to 40 pounds? Any of these Bradford proven pike fishing locations will do the trick.

Bradford Top Five Pike fishing lakes and rivers are:

  1. Royds Hall Dam, Low Moor, Bradford BD12 0ED
  2. Fagley Beck, Bradford
  3. Chellow Dene Reservoir, Allerton, Bradford, BD9 6AX
  4. Kirklees Lagoon, Brighouse, HD6 4HA
  5. Harold Park Lake, Low Moor, Bradford, BD12 0DL

Royds Hall Dam, Low Moor, Bradford BD12 0ED

The dam was significantly reduced in size because new homes were constructed on the north side of the dam. Ecologically, this is the best area to construct because it is the shallower side of the reservoir. The north side of the reservoir below Delp Hill falls od quickly, resulting in fewer water plants rooting and creating habitat. Pike up to 14lb 6oz the best bait to use is Pineapple Boilie

Fagley Beck, Bradford

pike up to 23lb 5oz best bait to use is 12cm Floating Roach Lure

Chellow Dene Reservoir, Allerton, Bradford, BD9 6AX

Our fishery at Chellow Dene (Allerton) is the uppermost of two ancient Bradford supply reservoirs. It can be reached from a number of locations, but Chellow Lane is the most convenient for car drivers. Park near the park entrance on the lane top, but not blocking any entry. You should walk around the first lake on either side, then up the dam wall to the top lake.

Kirklees Lagoon, Brighouse, HD6 4HA

This fishery is located on the banks of the Calder River, near M62 Junction 25. Parking is accessible in the lay-bys in the lane leading down to Huddersfield from the junction roundabout. To get to the pool, take a medium stroll through the field and through the woods. The lake’s depth begins at around 6 feet near the highway and rises to about 14 feet at the opposite end.

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Harold Park Lake, Low Moor, Bradford, BD12 0DL

This fishery is located within Harold Park’s grounds and is an old Victorian boating bay. The park is located in Bradford’s Low Moor neighborhood (between Odsal and Wyke). It’s a wide, square-shaped lake with a road that wraps around the perimeter. The lake’s banks are surrounded by water, and the bottom is fully stone-lined and uniform.