High Pool

The deepest of the Woodland View waters, High pool also holds the biggest fish,being popular not only with anglers going after the venue's carp which run to 25lbs plus many in double figures but also with those after the 10lbs plus barbel in the lake.

At 1.5 acres in size with 35 pegs, High Pool is unlike the other pools in that it ranges from 8 to 10 feet deep and has an irregular bottom, making plumbing worth the effort for those in search of holes and features.

 

On 27th June 2010 in an afternoon match of 5 hours Ian Bowden broke the previous Fishery record with a fantastic weight of 285.5lbs. In his catch he had approximately 130 fish @ 1lb in weight and used 3 keepnets. His method for the match had been to fish down the side and out using both Woodlands hooker and feed pellet together with sweetcorn.

 

Stocked with a wide variety of species, it again holds big shoals of roach and rudd with catches of 80lbs in one sitting not being unusual.

 

 

Competitions...

 For both pleasure and match angling, the pole and waggler are both popular with waggler anglers fishing further out towards the centre of the pool. Despite its depth, few anglers use the feeder.

Whilst maggots, casters and pellets are all popular baits on this water, anglers going for the carp and barbel tend to use sweetcorn and Woodlands pellets.

High pool again is always popular for match and competitions.

 

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Latest Match Results

Fished on: Front Deans, Back Deans,
17th June 2018

Place Name Weight
1st A MANSFIELD D59 191.10LBS
2nd MARK TOOZE D42 176.10LBS
3rd MARK TAYLOR D56 157.2LBS
4th J CORK D37 152.6LBS
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Fished on: Arles Pool, High Pool,
16th June 2018

Place Name Weight
1st KEV SLADE HIGH 29 182LBS
2nd MARK TOOZE H4 179LBS
3rd MARTIN PRITCHARD ARLES 40 131.12LBS
4th
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Fished on: Hay & Barley,
10th June 2018

Place Name Weight
1st MARK TAYLOR HAY11 119LBS
2nd A MANSFIELD BARLEY2 112.12LBS
3rd H HARRIS BARLEY10 80LBS
4th
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