woodlands or the brickyard?

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bazw

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(carlton miniott -ripon )
will be going out for the first session in an age next weekend and fancy a go at one of these two as they are about the same drive distance for me (1 hour)
i have never been to ether so which is:
better for pleasure fishing ?
fishing better ?
in which lake at which venue ?
and whats catching them best ?
any help most welcome [:D]
 
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Butch

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Brickyard is bad getting worse, deperately needs stocking.

The best fishing you could get is on your doorstep, Lookout or Bowes Lakes, why go any further when you dont need to...............
 

bazw

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do you have an address or web page for them ?


disregard i see they are at AOTN and i would not fish the place if payed to
 
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Raccnevets

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Fished on Woodlands in the Police national on Thursday 90lb won the match off Partridge but the lake was heavily pegged as were all the others and weights suffered as a result.

Personally i don't think i will be making the trip again, the fishing local to where i live is just as good if not better. Dead fish under pegs etc. Plus it's seven quid a peg and 20 quid to get there!

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neal666

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dont waste your time with the brickyards its dire at the moment and is getting worse. least at woodlands you will get some bites.
 

nitrox

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Why not try the oaks at Sessay only up the road from Woodlands and fishing better.
 
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