Espersykes Farm Malton
Fishing on the Yorkshire Derwent: Malton and Norton Angling Club has one of the first stretches of River after the merge of the River Rye some good fishing for roach dace trout and grayling.
Stretches include; Menethorpe, Norton, Espersykes, South of Ryton Bridge, Howe Bridge, Station Fields, Off A169 Malton – Pickering road, turn opposite Eden Camp road down farm track to Espersykes Farm with ticket for Malton Angling club at these prices as an angler its a must cheap fishing all year long and some very nice looking stretches of water.
Huttons AmboDay tickets for this stretch are available from the post office at Huttons Ambo at £3.50 per day. The fishing is getting better here each year take a pint of maggots or casters and trot down with a float rod and if the river has had a nice flow without rain for a few days you can achieve some nice Roach bags, The fishing is on the right bank from the footbridge downstream for about a mile and a half. Some parking over the railway line on the left-hand side. Hutton also has a small area above the bridge to fish.
Menethorpe on the river Derwent is run by Malton & Norton Angling club left bank across from the Huttons Ambo stretch. It is known for its Roach fishing with perch dace pike bream. Membership is £15 per year from Fox butchers 25 Marketplace Malton tel 01653 600338
For the River Derwent and the River Rye. Contact Mr Shaun Fox on 01653 600338 Stretches include; Menethorpe, Norton, Espersykes, South of Ryton Bridge, Howe Bridge, Station Fields,
Tickets are £15 adults and £2 for children, senior citizens/disabled £10 . from Derek, Fox Butchers, 25, Market Place, Malton, North Yorkshire. Tel:01653 600338.Some parking of the bend in the road near the river at footpath to the footbridge.
kirkham river Derwent
Fishing on the Yorkshire Derwent York & District owns this fishery, from the bridge right bank up to Howsham Hall. Roach are probably the main species with some good fish present, Dace chub perch trout gudgeon pike possibility of some bream and the odd barbel. It is a long stretch and very lightly fished but you will be fishing in some beautiful countryside it’s more fishable than the opposite bank in the woods at Howsham and you do get the occasional walker to chat with, for barbel fishing on the Yorkshire Derwent you may get the odd one around here but it seems below Howsham weir downstream that they come out the most.