The Museum contains some of the finest artifacts and photos from the last 150 years, including a wonderful carving by Shang Wheeler of a mythical brook trout “White Nose Pete” that lurked in the waters of Upper Dam; a Rangeley boat and history of the skilled makers; information on the Kennebago tribe of gentlemen anglers; artifacts from the region’s history of trapping and hunting; mounts of the region’s wildlife; original artwork by wildlife artist John Swan and David Tibbetts; a nice variety of flies and reels, etc.  Also on display are fly rods by F. E. Thomas, James Daniels, Charles E. Wheeler, Ed Hoar, Ken Crocker, Omar Needham, and Bud Wilcox.


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