Barmston Farm

Match / Coarse Fishery, East Riding of Yorkshire

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Phone Number: 01482 863566
Postcode: HU17 0TP
Main Type: Match / Coarse
Sub Type: Carp
Profile Type: None fishery owned

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Toilets Night Fishing Good Parking

Barmston Farm Reviews (1)

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Always bag up!

Review left by jacksowden on
I have fished here many times and always bag up. Nice place but can get busy in the summer.
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On 19th June 2103 a 9lb 8oz eel was caught by Mike Jackson, the largest eel ever caught in the North of England and in the top few in the entire country. Well done Mike! You can see images of this here.

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