Fishing Lake in York

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Langwith Lakes, Langwith Lane, York, YO10 5EJ, North Yorkshire
Tel. 01904 431874

Fishing Lake York

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Covering the following areas in York: Broadway, Droitwich, Evesham, Malvern, Pershore, Tenbury Wells, Worcester

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Fishing Lake in  York

You will find short extracts from Amazing Fishing Stories on each of our directory pages. There is a link to buy the book on our book page.

Short Extract

ike had heard so much about bonefish, tarpon, permit and jacks that he decided to forgo two years’ worth of foreign summer holidays to save enough for a week’s fishing in Cuba. He agreed to join friends in a party visiting a smart lodge, with experienced guides to take them out on the flats and into the mangrove pools. Before leaving, he spent months poring over magazine articles written by experts on saltwater fly fishing, made a list of what equipment they advised he should buy, and trawled through the tackle catalogues to find the best deals from the mail-ord

‘Oh, be Jesus, hurrah,’ Patrick mumbled under his breath and busied himself with the tea.
After lunch, he left Herr Schmidt to it again. The man seemed in seventh heaven, sitting on his tackle box, with the knowledge that there would be at least one eel to take home to his wife. That put the strongest possible pressure on Patrick. He could perhaps pass off one stray eel if there was something fresh, silver and with an adipose fin in the bottom of the boat. He felt that his reputation depended on the next couple of hours.
‘Please, God, just one salmon or a

Some time later he opened his eyes and looked around him. His heart leapt. Through the darkness and the murk he could see a flickering light, and he convinced himself it must be from a nearby house. He pulled himself to his feet and staggered towards the light. There, sure enough, was a small cottage with a lantern in the window. Charles collapsed against the door and rapped its iron knocker as loudly as he could.
The door opened and he fell across the threshold.
‘Oh, you poor dear!’ said an old woman. ‘You look as though you’re perished. Come in by the fi

Full List of areas covered on our York Fishing Lake Directory:

Acaster Malbis, Acomb, Askham Bryan, Askham Richard, Bishopthorpe, Copmanthorpe, Crockey Hill, Deighton, Dunnington, Earswick, Elvington, Fulford, Haxby, Heslington, Hessay, Holtby, Huntington, Kexby, Knapton, Murton, Naburn, Nether Poppleton, New Earswick, Osbaldwick, Rawcliffe, Rufforth, Skelton, Stockton on the Forest, Strensall, Towthorpe, Upper Poppleton, Wheldrake, Wiggington, York