As of 24th June 2008 the club, as a member of the Joint Canal committee, has access to about 11 ½ miles of this canal. There are numerous points of access from the Heck Bridge south of the village of Great Heck; Pollington Bridge; Crowcroft Bridge; Beavers Bridge (turn west off the A614 north of the canal; Newbridge on the A614 itself; Rawcliffe Bridge; and from Rawcliffe Bridge village (turn west near the Rawcliffe Bridge hotel and follow the road to the north bank of the canal. This is a large working canal which runs to an average of 12 feet in depth. Feeder or pole tactics can work on their day with maggot or pinkie fairing well at 9 to 11 metres, or chopped worm closer in.
Further information below
Boothferry Aire And Calder Joint Canal Committee
The gate at southfield now has a BWB key that can be purchased from the canal and rivers Trust online shop.
Further information given to me by DDAA.
There is limited parking outside the gate.
Other access points on the canal can be found on the BACJCC website.
Click on the link below.