June, July, & August: 9:30am-4:30pm
A public service organization founded in 1960 for the purpose of developing an attraction and a museum to collect, preserve and display the artifacts of the sport of fresh water angling.
The highlight of the museum complex is a landmark ''Shrine to Anglers,'' which is a structure one-half city block long and four and one-half stories tall, of concrete, steel and fiberglass, hand-sculpted into the likeness of a leaping fish (Muskie). Its innards are a museum, and its gaping open jaw accommodates about 20 persons or more as an observation platform. The landmark is surrounded by a quarter-acre nature pond.
The mission of the Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame is to be the international headquarters for education, recognition and promotion of fresh water sport fishing.
Take Hwy 27 past McDonalds, just over the bridge--CAN'T MISS IT ON THE LEFT!