The American Museum of Fly Fishing, will hold “Spring Training” on Saturday, March 29. Anglers of all ages can learn more about the world of fly fishing: from salt water tying and patterns, to rod making and landing fish.
Read more in the press release below.
Spring Training at the American Museum of Fly Fishing
Come in from the mud and try some family friendly activities at the American Museum of Fly Fishing! Spring Training offers an introduction to the world of fly fishing with a variety of activities for anglers of all ages!
Join the American Museum of Fly Fishing on Saturday, March 29, to learn to tie a salt water fly with Paul Sinicki, and Kelly Bedford make a practice rod, tie a clown fly, practice knots, practice landing a fish, and much more. Activities will take place from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm, be sure to drop by!
Admission to the Museum this day is free, as well as participation in all activities. Please email Christina Cole at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Museum at 802-362-3300 with additional questions. The American Museum of Fly Fishing is located at 4104 Main Street in Manchester, Vermont.