Christ on a bike! Time flies... and I must be getting old. Last time I fished Bolton Abbey it was something like £8.00, and the car park was free! I fished both Burnsall (which was about £17 at that time) and Bolton Abbey about a dozen times a year each... but then I was young, free, single.. and child free! Dosh was easy come easy go Different story now.. as with the prices. I love the Burnsall water, and have got to know it intimately over the last 18 years or so. If there's only a fiver difference in the price now between the Bolton Abbey and the Burnsall tickets, then it's a no-brainer. 7 miles or so of mailny double bank, excellent fishing, stunningly beautiful, free parking, and lots of places out of the reach of dinghies, dogs and dickheads.Hi
I see that as from April 1st the day ticket prices are going up to £30.
Hi PhilDoes the stretch of water in question have many grayling in it?
I will be stopping in a cottage near Kilnsey with the family over half term this february. With the trout season being will and truly closed i assumed the Warfe would be out of action, but by the looks of it you can get grayling day tickets. Anyone had any luck with them on the either the Bolton Abbey or the Burnsall beats. Are they the same price as the Trout ones??
Or should i be looking to go somewhere else, any suggestions would be gratefully received.
I'd say a £50 day ticket is a "we don't really want to sell you a day ticket" day ticket, if you get my drift.......The Kilnsey day ticket at £50 is absolutely outrageous - is this to recoup some funds from the purchase of the pellet pigs they tend to throw in there?
It's not like you can choose where to fish on the river either....