Stony Stratford Ouse

The Stony Ouse extends 1,300 yards upstream of Watling St at Old Stratford including Toombs Meadow, Hollands Field and Brush Meadow, the weir is the upstream boundary to this fishery. Also: far bank from footbridge downstream through Brush Mill and Hollands to locked gate halfway down to Toombes (No fishing if there is a match on the opposite bank). The backwater at Brush Mill can fish well during floods.

The Stony Ouse is popular with the match anglers but also with the general angler and large perch often feature in the match reports. This venue is known for its large perch which been caught to 4lb, bream to 8lb, quality roach, pike, and hard fighting chub to over 7lb.

Location is at 478265E 240605N (N52:03:30 W0:51:36)

Nearest Post Code – MK11 1AS

OS X – 478265 OS Y – 240605

Satellite Map View

Passenham Meadow (Long Meadow)

Just under a mile of Upper Ouse, north-west of Stony Stratford. Chub to 7lb, big perch, roach, bream, dace, pike and the odd surprise tench. This classic Upper Ouse section offers a selection of features. There are no hard paths along this stretch so less hassle with dog walkers and pedestrians. For a few hundred yards this stretch overlaps the opposite bank of Brush Mill. Access is from the free car park just inside the field gate at Passenham Village (signed Parks Trust Grazing area) where the river comes under the road. Please keep the gate closed and do not obstruct the farmer’s access. Passenham Meadow can also be accessed over the iron bridge at Brush Mill. Caution – be aware of overhead cables.

Satellite Map View