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Sand le Mere Holiday Village is a fantastic location for fishing holidays in Yorkshire. Whether you are vastly experienced or casting out for the first time, our park is perfect for anglers of all abilities.
We have our own well-stocked fishing lake on park, and the coast from Bridlington to Spurn Point is popular with beach anglers – in fact it’s so good, Sand le Mere hosts the prestigious annual European Beach Fishing Championships!
Our pretty fishing lake is maintained by the team of angling enthusiasts at Sand le Mere Fishing Club who ensure it stays in top condition year-after-year.
To fish at our lake you’ll need a rod licence which you can buy from the post office. Fishing costs from only £5 per day or £20 per week. Simply go down to the lake and take a peg and the warden will visit you for payment.
We have a bait and tackle shop to make it even easier for anglers to stock up with the essentials before a day spent fishing for the carp (we have some 30lb whoppers), perch and roach.
Want to know more about fishing holidays in Yorkshire at Sand le Mere? Contact our friendly team today on 01964 670403 or drop us an enquiry.
For the benefit of all our guests at Sand le Mere, the following rules apply when fishing the lake:
Sand le Mere overlooks Tunstall beach, which is one of the Yorkshire coast’s many great settings for beach fishing. Click here to see our guide to the best fishing beaches in Yorkshire.
We host the annual European Beach Fishing Championships each February, with more than 1,000 anglers from across Europe coming together to compete to catch the biggest fish off the Yorkshire coastline.
Want to know more? Watch our video below to find out…
Common catches from the beach include whiting, mackerel, skate and seabass. For some expert tips on how to make the most of beach fishing along the coast, we teamed up with Barney Wright and Mike Thrussell of Total Sea Fishing Magazine to produce a series of videos giving their expert tips. Click here to see them here.