Stoneham Lake


Park Pond, United Kingdom

Fishery Information

This fishery is run by Eastleigh & District Angling Club.

Stoneham Lake consists of two ponds: Park Pond and Shrubbery Pond. Park Pond holds a good head of large Carp, along with Tench, Bream, and other species. Shrubbery Pond contains Perch, Roach, Tench, Crucian Carp, Bream, Eels, Rudd, Pike, and ornamental Carp. Another pond on the site contains Roach, Crucian Carp, Tench, and small Carp.

What size do the fish go to?

Specific size information for the fish is not provided, but Park Pond is known to have large Carp, which can reach significant sizes. Shrubbery Pond contains various species, so there is a range of sizes for each species present in the pond.

What tactics work well?

Tactics for each species will vary, but for the Carp in Park Pond, anglers can try using boilies, pellets, or sweetcorn as bait, along with a variety of rigs such as the hair rig. For the other species in both ponds, float fishing with maggots, worms, or small baits can be effective.

What facilities are on site?

Stoneham Lake provides a car park for members, but access to the car parks is only via a locked gate for security reasons. There is no parking allowed in the access track. Members are required to have a key to access the car park. The venue also has paths leading to both Park Pond and Shrubbery Pond for ease of access.

Is parking available?

Yes, parking is available for members at Stoneham Lake, but it is accessible only via a locked gate. Members must have a key to enter the car park. No parking is allowed in the access track to ensure safety and security. Anglers are also reminded to lock the gate after entering and leaving the venue to maintain security.

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