Fishing at South View Farm

Shillingford St George, Exeter, Devon, EX2 9UP

Tel: 01392 832278

South View Farm Fishery

About

South View coarse fishery consists of three spring fed lakes, set in an idyllic Devon valley.

Willow Pool ( top pond )
A natural pond with an island surrounded by a wide variety of established trees and vegetation. The pond is stocked with carp to almost 30 lbs. A good head of tench, perch, rudd and roach.

Kingfisher Pond ( middle pond )
Large population of carp including ghosties. Many roach, perch and tench and some gudgeon.

Heron pond ( bottom pond )
Planned for disabled access and children in mind, having flat banks, making it ideal for juveniles and newcomers learning their sport . Has the widest range of species with a higher percentage of smaller fish.
Set in six acres, all the waters have regularly produced good catches since they were opened to day ticket anglers over 15 years ago.

This is a mixed fishery where the pleasure angler and the matchman alike can bag up. When the lakes are fishing well (and they usually are) 50 - 150 lbs in a day is possible. Pleasure bags of 20 lbs plus are commonplace. Through the winter months, quality roach fishing is supplemented by bonus carp and tench. It is genuinely a water for all seasons.

Many anglers have caught their biggest ever fish, or had their best ever total catch in a day, however, most people come to South View (and keep coming back year after year) because of the atmosphere.

Toilets on site.

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Directions

Road Directions

Follow the M5 South until it becomes the A38. Turn off after 1.5 miles of the A38 into the village of Kennford. Drive through the village (back over the A38) and follow the signs for Dunchideock, until the Shillingford sign is seen on the hairpin bend at Clapham. Continue to follow the road until you see the fishery on your left after three quarters of a mile, just before Shillingford St. George.

Facilities

Parking & Transport

  • Car parking

Opening Times

Fishing at South View Farm (1 Jan 2019 - 31 Dec 2019)

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