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Great museum for fly fishermen.
On the road In between Livingstone Manor and Roscoe, the place is a must visit for one interested in fly fishing, because this is where it all started in the US.
You will meet souvenirs of the old fly fishing...More
We went to a memorial service here for a friend who was a fly fisherman and museum exhibit designer. Rustic and casual. Lovely grounds, easy to find (and near a brewery!) Stream, meadow, good parking, gift shop, lots of exhibits, and nice people. Strange smell...More
Excited by the sign, we headed to the Museum. After driving through some lovely country side and seeing some real live fishermen in the stream, we crossed a one lane bridge that said: yes you can cross the bridge.
The gift shop has loads of...More
If you fish or your family doesnt A good stop to tell all About fly fishing or just fishing. and a great gift shop .the new building is great addition to the museum, a must see .thers lots to learn with this stop.ENJOY
The museum is small but has many interesting exhibits, if you are interested in the history of fly fishing. They have exhibits on Leonard fly rods, tying tables for various historic tiers (including Lee Wulff), a section on women fly fishers, and a display of...More
I was in the area to catch trout on the famous streams and found a few hours slip pleasantly away here. Phenomenal collection of fly fishing memorabilia, equipment and history. Definately worth a stop just across a little bridge over the beautiful and 'open to...More