Saltwater Edge and The American Museum of Fly Fishing had a great event on Striped Bass Tackle and Tactics on the fly. Featuring AMFF friends and ambassadors Peter Jenkins, Kyle Schaefer, Paul Dixon, and Mike Rice. These fly fishing experts talk through some of the scenarios you may encounter when fly fishing for striped bass. Learn how Paul Dixon fishes worms when there isn’t a worm hatch, how Kyle Schaefer approaches a rocky Maine coastline, how Mike Rice caught his biggest bass on a fly that might surprise you, and Peter Jenkins’s tactics for fishing a beach trough. Don’t miss out on this wealth of knowledge now available any time at amff.org!
The American Museum of Fly Fishing is dedicated to preserving the rich heritage of fly fishing. The American Museum of Fly Fishing was established in 1968 in Manchester, Vermont, by a group of passionate and enthusiastic anglers who believed that the history of angling was an important part of American culture and tradition. 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. Our collections and exhibits thoroughly document the evolution of fly fishing as a sport, art form, craft, and industry in the United States and abroad, dating as far back as the sixteenth century. Rods, reels, flies, tackle, art, photographs, manuscripts, and books form the Museum’s permanent collection.