Q6 Newbridge Lakes

Eliminator - 28/06/2019

This is a beautiful venue. Last year we had our 2015 final here and some really lovely ghost carp were caught. As they are very prominent in this fishery we do allow these fish to count.
Newbridge Lake is one of the Premier Lakes in the North of England. Nearly 7 acres in size and surrounded by 8 acres of picturesque woodland.
It is stocked with approx. 1000 carp. 95% of these are double figure .Over 100 are over 20lb with at least 8 different 30lb+ carp

Toilets on site.

Lake records for the carp are:-

Common carp 36lb 2oz, Mirror 30lb 4oz, Ghost carp 33lb 11oz

Newbridge Lake, Newbridge Road, Burstwick, East Yorkshire  HU12 9HS

  • Size of Lake 7 Acres
  • Type of Lake Day ticket
  • Ticket Cost ¬£18 for 24 hours
  • Fish Stock Good stock of mirrors and commons
  • Biggest Fish 36lb common
  • Features Margins, Island
  • Telephone 07817 058054
  • Visit Venue Website
Newbridge Lakes 2019

Competitor List

Rank Pairs Weight Fish
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Pre Match Report

Post Match Report

This turned out to be an extremely slow weekend on this popular picturesque northern tree lined venue, complete with Lilly pads and a lovely house, owned by Lance and Michelle Bramley, overlooking the lake.

With the very hot, bright day time temperatures and high pressure it was never going to be easy. Only four out of the nine competitors registered carp on the score board. In the end it was Dan Robson in peg 7 who took the honours. Considering he only came seventh out in the draw, he got a peg he had previously done well in. He banked five fish for 74lb+ including a couple of twenties, one of which was the biggest of the weekend. Ironically it was the first fish of the contest which was caught less than an hour in on Friday. It was a cracking common of 25lb 7oz.

In runners up spot was Paul Monkman who came out fourth in the draw and opted for the favoured peg 1 which surprising enough had not already been taken. Paul landed four fish for just over 49lb. Next was Lee Fletcher who came third out of the draw bag and picked peg 8 which he had previously qualified from. Lee had 3 fish for 44lb+. The only other competitor to get on the scoreboard was Darren Queen with a 14lb common early on the Saturday morning.

The top three qualify for the new singles final at Albans Lakes in October where they will fight it out for the top prize of £5,000 and the title of 2019 British Singles Champion.

Dean Queen 14lb 6oz

Lee Fletcher 21lb

Paul Monkman 16lb 9oz

Dan Robson 25lb 7oz

L-R 2nd Paul Monkman, 1st Dan Robson, 3rd Lee Fletcher