Clubs are leaning towards training outside, but will monitor the smoke haze as they return to training this week.
Albury was the first outfit back on Monday night.
"It was pretty good, we checked on the air quality app and the sun was shining," co-coach Tom McGrath said.
The Border Mail has quizzed all 10 clubs on their training plans with a wait and see approach the consensus.
"We'd try and modify it or do an indoor session," McGrath said when quizzed on it becoming too smoky.
Wodonga started Tuesday night, while Myrtleford, Wangaratta Rovers, Yarrawonga and Wodonga Raiders resume Wednesday night.
"We'll monitor the smoke and if it becomes too bad, we'll have a look at other options or just do a light session, but (otherwise) we'll be training outside," Raiders' coach Jarrod Hodgkin said.
Lavington, North Albury and Wangaratta are back Thursday night, while Corowa-Rutherglen is the last to return on Saturday.
The air quality reading in Albury on Tuesday at 1pm was 474.
The NSW Government's Department of Planning, Industry and Environment has six categories, advising people on the air quality's potential effect.
A 200-plus reading is hazardous and sensitive groups should avoid all outdoor activities, while other adults should avoid strenuous outdoor activities.
The Bureau of Meteorology says the bushfires make it difficult to predict the smoke haze.
"We'll see fairly light winds over the next couple of days, which does mean it will be tricky for the smoke to actually clear out much," duty forecaster Chris Arvier said.
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"Later in the week we'll start to see northerly winds pick up a little bit, tomorrow (Wednesday) afternoon, so we may see smoke clear out then, but given it's so hazy in NSW as well, there's probably going to be haze sticking around."
But after a dry run, rain could be on the way with a low pressure system moving through the country's east.
"It looks like we'll see five days in a row (from Thursday) of afternoon showers and storms," Mr Arvier said.
"It's not like a big rainband where we get widespread falls, it's probably going to be fairly hit and miss.
"Accumulated totals could get up to around 50mms over the North East ranges, but the widespread falls may be more in the 20mm mark."