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Pasture Wood Fisheries

Although the ponds have been here for years, Pasture Wood Fisheries, formerly Pasture House Fisheries Ltd. has been reopened sine May 2013.
As new owners we (Dave and Helen) have spent a lot of time, money and effort into making this one of the most popular and prolific fisheries in the area once again.
It's an ideal location for anglers and birdwatchers alike. We have self catering Holiday Timber Cabins which we rent out on a daily or weekly basis and a brand new layout to our cafe with toilets and disabled facilities. We also have a tackle shop on site which can cater for your tackle and bait needs while you are here.

We are located on the banks of the Humber Estuary in a position ideally situated to visit various towns and cities of interest. Close by are Hull, Grimsby and Cleethorpes, with Skegness, Boston, York, Lincoln and Doncaster a little further afield. It makes for an ideal holiday base.

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Pasture Wood Fisheries has two separate lakes covering 8.4 acres. We operate a day ticket fishery from dawn to dusk, 365 days a year. We are available for club matches and operate some open matches through the year.


There is an abundance of wildlife on site including Foxes, Water Voles, Rabbits, Swans, Coots, Mallards, Graylags, Tufted Ducks, Ruddy Ducks, Little and Great Crested Grebe, Shovelers to name but a few. This year we have had Kingfishers, Marsh Harrier, Sparrow Hawks and Osprey flying overhead, also for the second year in succession there has been the rare Bittern nesting next door, during the spring and summer we have heard the constant boom echoing across the clay pits.
the neck
The fishery is next to North Lincolnshire Council's 86 acres Watersedge Country Park.The park provides birdwatchers with an abundance of species to watch. In 2002, 138 species of birds were identified in the park, with 48 species nesting.
Within easy driving distance is Boston which also has some of the best wetlands on this side of the country.