Visit the International Federation of Fly Fishers National Headquarters and Museum. The IFFF is a non-profit conservation and education organization that works to preserve fly fishing and its resources for all fish in all waters. Visit the museum and library to learn more about the history of the sport. Open Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
"I hadn't seen the new FFF museum until I stopped by there last week. The all volunteer committee headed up by Sherry Steele, along with the wonderful work of FFF employee Holly Sandbo, has done an absolutely amazing job.
They have not only curated the collection, they have it displayed in such a way as to take advantage of every square inch of available space, without anything looking crowded. There is a wonderful display of Lee and Joan Wulff memorabilia, many nicely framed flies tied by everyone from Art Flick to Lefty Kreh, which are worth a visit by themselves, many rods of all kinds, silk lines, and an extensive library. If you haven't seen it and are near the Livingston, MT area I urge you to stop and spend an hour or two. You will not be disappointed."
Judy Lehmberg, 1997 Buszek Award Recipient
Federation of Fly Fishers
Dedicated to the sport of fly fishing - catch and release. Fly tying, casting, conserving the waters we fish. All fish All waters! Educating the young, the old and the in the middle persons.