Toft opening hours 2022.

It’s been a nice start to the year and great to see many familiar faces arriving at Toft with season ticket renewals being popular so far and day ticket sales chipping away nicely. At this time of year daylight means fishing hours are more restrictive and the days shorter but it won’t be that long until we’re all enjoying evening sessions catching rising fish on dry fly patterns. 

As the nights pull out many people begin to get keener to be out on the bank or in a boat and as such we wanted to keep you all in the loop at the earliest opportunity for Tofts 2022 opening hours allowing you to plan your fishing with us.

Early season January 2nd  – April 5th we are open everyday from 8am-5pm.

April 6th – May 4th– Monday – Wednesday 8am-6pm and Thursday -Sunday 8am-7:30pm.

May 5th – May 25th – Monday – Wednesday 8am-6pm and Thursday -Sunday 8am-8:30pm .

May 26th – July 31st  – Monday – Wednesday 8am-6pm and Thursday -Sunday 8am-9pm .

August 1st – August 7th – Monday – Sunday 8am-5pm.

August 8th – august 14th – Fishery closed for annual holiday.

August 15th – August 21st – Monday – Sunday 8am-5pm.

August 22nd – September 30th – Monday – Wednesday 8am-6pm and Thursday -Sunday 8am-7:30pm.

October 1st – October 30th – Monday – Sunday 8am-6pm.

October 31st – December 31st – Monday – Sunday 8am-5pm. *please note we will be closed on 24th and 25th of December*

For further enquiries, fly selection, tackle choice and fishing advice please call Andy in the fishery office on 01673 878453.

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