Fishing in North Yorkshire

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Terrier

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Please forgive me if I have asked this question before.

I am looking for somewhere to go fishing in the North Yorkshire area for a few days this summer with my little lad.
What I am looking for is a decent venue where he can more or less be sure to catch fish, have a camp site site (we'll be stopping in a tent) with hot and cold facilities.

Any help would be appreciated.

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Here you go Terrier [:)]

http://www.maggotdrowning.com/forums/threads/5958

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Cheers Dave, I thought I'd asked before.

Looked on the sites suggested and E-mailed a few, unfortunately they only accepted sheds (caravans).
Any further recommendations would be appreciated.

As I said, on site fishing would be ideal, don't mind if not as long as venue is fairly close, and supply of bait available nearby.

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ok try this http://www.ukparks.co.uk/whiterose/ it's a bit pricey as tent piches go but from what i hear its a very clean site. Theres no fishing on site but its a stones throw away from the oaks which is good fishing and about 5 miles or so from woodlands and some good fishing on the swale (but if your kids are very young I wouldnt take them as its quite a dangrous river, my dad tells me it is offically the fastest river in the country)
 

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Thanks Gaz, my lad is 9, point taken about the Swale.
Can't get the site uploaded on my PC, have you got the address right mate.
Thanks again.

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It seems to load alright from this end but here you go:

White Rose Leisure Park
Hutton Sessay
Thirsk
North Yorkshire
YO7 3BA

Tel: 01845 501215
Fax: 01845 501376


Directions
Approx 5 miles south of Thirsk on A19 towards York, turn right for Hutton Sessay.

Bookings & Prices
Bookings Advisable.
Tent pitches from 15.00 per day. Tourer pitches from 15.00 per day. Motor Caravan pitches from 15.00 per day.

For full price information, please contact the park direct.
Opening Times
01 March to 01 January




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theres a camp site in great broughton with two lakes on it and another day ticket lake on the way into the camp site im not sure what the place is called or how much it is sorry im sure the lads on here know where im talking about...lads?
 
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