The Museum was created to serve as an institution to research, preserve, and interpret the treasures of angling history.
Today, the Museum serves as a repository for and conservator to the worlds largest collection of angling and angling-related items, numbering in the thousands.
The Museum fulfills this mission through our public programs (including exhibitions, gallery programs, lectures, special events, and presentations), our publications, and our quarterly journal, The American Fly Fisher.
The Museum’s Form 990 is available to the public upon request (2009 through 2015 are currently available). In 1974, the Museum began to publish its quarterly journal, The American Fly Fisher.
Members of the Museum help support the Museum and its initiatives through membership dues and active involvement.
Click Here For More The Museum has been accredited by the American Alliance of Museums since 1993 and received reaccreditation in 2009.Obama’s entire campaign was premised on his opposition to the Iraq war, but he couldn’t be a total squish, so Afghanistan, by comparison, was the campaign America needed to win—even after a Navy SEAL team killed Osama bin Laden and the goalposts shifted.And now America is stuck and the problem isn’t that we don’t know how to get out but rather that no one really wants to get out.The AC is a diverse group of young professionals and fly-fishing enthusiasts from around the country, and all are united by a desire to support the Museum through their outreach and fundraising efforts.One of our greatest resources is our group of dedicated volunteers who help us with administrative tasks, special projects, events, and activities.