Are you looking for a pike up to 40 pounds? Any of these Sheffield proven pike fishing locations will do the trick.
Crookes Valley Park, Old Great Dam, Sheffield, S10 2TU
Crookes Valley Park is 4.8 hectares (11.9 acres) in size, with the lake taking up the bulk of the space. The pike lake was originally a water storage reservoir known as the Old Great Dam. It was one of ten reservoirs constructed in the open countryside between Crookes and Upperthorpe in the 18th century to provide water to Sheffield’s growing city.
The river is sluggish at normal levels, almost still at times, but be vigilant when it has been raining. The river is susceptible to rising rapidly due to the steep banks. Even a foot of additional water would make fishing the river extremely difficult. Dead bait is the best method on River Don for pike fishing. Dead baits work in clear or cloudy water, day or night, on still waters and rivers.
Rother Valley Lake, S20 2RW
Big pike,Roach, Rudd, Bream, Carp, and Perch are plentiful in the Rother Valley lakes and river. …… While fishing at Rother Valley, all anglers must adhere to the following laws. When fishing in the park, please keep your rod license and day ticket/season ticket with you at all times.
Redmires Reservoirs, Sheffield, S10 4QZ
The Redmires Reservoirs are a group of three reservoirs located less than 10 miles from Sheffield’s city centre. Despite being close to a major city, the reservoirs are set in beautiful open moorland. The surrounding landscape to the south has been designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest because of the variety of birds, reptiles, and mammals that can be found there. The road that circles the south side of the island
Lake waverley, S60 8BB
Two ponds with a large number of pike, waterfowl and excellent walking opportunities. The surface water flowing off the banking surrounding the smaller pond caused a considerable amount of squelching underfoot, so the paths could use an update. The inclusion of some bench seating will also be helpful.