On July 17th the AMFF will re-open to the public with our newest exhibition Reflections: The Angler and Nature in Art.
Because the health and safety of our visitors and staff is of utmost importance, and in keeping with state and federal recommendations and CDC Guidelines, the following regulations will be enforced:
• Our capacity will be limited to 10 total people in the museum at one time
• Visitors are required to practice social distancing while also wearing a face covering
• We will maintain a log of customers and their contact information for 30 days in the event contact tracing is required by the Health Department.
For up-to-date information on Vermont travel restrictions, please visit this link.
Summer Kids’ Clinic With The May Fly Project
If you’ve attended our summer KIDS’ CLINICS in the past, or planned to get involved this year, please stop by the Museum July 18-19 to pick up an activity pack. In addition to a customized word search and coloring sheets, your kiddos will also receive a copy of the 2020 May Fly Project Curriculum book. We were honored to partner with them in creating the history section and trust this will be an invaluable resource for those newly introduced to the sport of fly fishing. We recommend this for ages 5-15, and please RSVP to KMcBride@amff.org if you plan on stopping by!
‘Aurora: The Tale of The Comeback Trout’ by Nick Karas
“Once upon a time, the high country of northeastern Ontario, in two lakelets – really ponds by most standards – there lived a population of brook trout that didn’t look at all like brook trout…”
The story of the Aurora Trout was published in the Summer 2005 Edition of our publication ‘The American Fly Fisher’ – read the story of this incredible trout through the button below.
The American Museum of Fly Fishing is the steward of the history, traditions, and practices of the sport of fly fishing and promotes the conservation of its waters.
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