Catskill Fly Fishing Center & Museum
The Fly Fishing Center and Museum (CFFCM) is the world's largest center dedicated to the fly fishing community. Located on 50 acres with a series of beautiful nature trails on the Willowemoc River. This multi-faceted cultural site includes the Museum, Art Gallery, and Heritage Arts Workshop. CFFCM welcomes all ages, individuals and families, to visit and explore the site Friday - Monday from 10am - 4pm. Trails are open daily to the public from sunrise to sunset. Leashed dogs are welcome on trails. The Center is home to the Wulff Gallery, featuring art and cultural artifacts reflective of the sport. The Catskill Bamboo Rodmakers Workshop and Heritage Crafts Center is an active workshop featuring arts and crafts of the angler with classes and live rodmaking demonstrations. The Center houses the Fly Fishing Hall of Fame, the Catskill Legends, the Hardy Cup International Bamboo Rod Casting Competition, the Poul Jorgensen Golden Hook Award, and over 100 special events and activity days are held throughout the year. Gift shop with many unique items including artwork, children's gifts, CFFCM merch, maps, rods, reels and a diverse book shop with hundreds of titles on fly fishing, fly tying and Catskill rivers history.