Miller’s Pond


Station Rd, Sholing, Southampton, Hampshire SO19 8FP, United Kingdom

Fishery Information

Miller’s Pond is located at the heart of Shoreburs Greenway, to the east of the River Itchen in Southampton. In addition to open grassland, scrub, and mixed woods, this area also features a huge pond, making it one of the city’s few remaining large ponds.

The reserve is home to several distinct ecosystems, including acid grassland, a wildflower meadow, and a mixed woodland. Because of the wide variety of habitats, there are many different kinds of species.

Angling enthusiasts frequent the pond because of its abundant population of mixed coarse fish. In May of 2012, Miller’s Pond received official recognition as a Local Nature Reserve.

What size do the fish go to?

Information not available.

What tactics work well?

General coarse fishing tactics

What facilities are on site?

The park is encircled by residential neighborhoods, and it features a sizable grassy space with two substantial picnic tables where families can gather for outdoor activities or a meal.

The surrounding community members like taking their canine companions for strolls around the edge physically separated from the primary playground by a patch of slightly overgrown meadowland.

People of all ages who simply wish to sit and take pleasure in being in this picturesque and peaceful ‘haven’ are frequent visitors to the park.  In addition to that, it has benches with backrests and side arms, as well as an information board and an easily accessible entrance.

Is parking available?

Yes, parking is available.

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