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Pony Haugh Pool

 
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Pony Haugh (field) is a long pool which lies below the Newhall bridge. The bank is open into the field which makes an overhead cast possible. Most fish tend to lie in the belly of the pool and in high water the tail. Two good lies are easy to spot in the spring as they are next to reed beds. In the past the head of the pool was popular with sea trout anglers, although both anglers and sea trout are a little thin on the ground these days. The best of recent years was a 14lb kelt.

Pony Haugh Pool

Access to the pool is from the car park next to Newhall Bridge.

 
 
 

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