Tucking Mill

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Set in a secluded wood, Tucking Mill is located in the attractive Midford Valley, south of Bath. A network of paths link it to Bath, Midford and Monkton Combe.

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Season 16 June 2007 - 14 March 2008
Fishing is allowed between 8am and sunset throughout the year except in the closed season. There are six specially designed wheelchair platforms with space for two wheelchairs each plus further platforms for more mobile anglers.

Each disabled angler may bring along an able-bodied assistant who may also fish but has to use the same site. No keep nets are permitted for pleasure fishing.
Access to the site is through an automatic gate which can be operated by holders of a Radar key. Parking is available with easy access to the wheelchair swims and the disabled toilet facilities. An emergency telephone is available in the toilet facilities.

The site is regularly used by disabled angling clubs which hold occasional matches, including the Kingswood Disabled Angling Club and the West Country Disabled Angling Association, WCDAA.


Opening times:
00:00 - 23:5900:00 - 23:5900:00 - 23:5900:00 - 23:5900:00 - 23:5900:00 - 23:5900:00 - 23:59

Trout fishing:
Season ticketAdult day ticketChild, OAP or disabled day ticketEvening ticket

Boat hire:
Rowing boat per dayRowing boat per eveningWeelyboat

Coarse fishing:
Adult day ticketOAP, child or disabled day ticketEvening ticket
*Evening ticket starts at 4pm


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