Access to "The Sandhole"
(Peg 11) is via a path adjacent to Easby Bridge.
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As you traverse along the bank, you will encounter some stunning old trees such as the oak above. They have adapted to their environment and survived countless floods and continuous erosion.
The actual Peg number is painted on the tree.
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The walk is worth it! When you get there this is what is awaiting you. This is a popular spot, so you may find someone already there....
If you are parked at Easby, then enter by this style adjacent to "Love Lane House" (also known as "The Platelayer's Cottage"), on the north bank next to Easby Bridge. It is marked as private access (for anglers only). Follow the path about 30 yards until you get to the gate
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This marks the Top of Peg 11A, in the "Hagg Losh" section. It is a long peg with a lot of different current seams.
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As you follow the fence around the edge of the field you will come to this style, which is used to access the bottom of peg 11A and top of peg 12.
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Peg 12 is only visible when you go down the path after the style in the previous photo. This is barbel country! Also some big chub are found where the cover is.
Alternate parking can be accessed by entering Red House Farm Drive and turning right at the bottom of the hill. The black gates in the background belong to "Love Lane House" (a.k.a. Signalman's Cottage).
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Downstream access to Red House Farm (Pegs 13-20) via the gates shown above. Please be respectful of the owners and any livestock present. No fishing behind the farm or caravan park until marker for Peg 13.
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