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Rangeley Outdoor Sporting Heritage Museum

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Rangeley Outdoor Sporting Heritage Museum Rangeley Maine United States
Rangeley Outdoor Sporting Heritage Museum
Even if you’re not an angler, paddler, or nature enthusiast, the Rangeley Outdoor Sporting Heritage Museum is a keeper. The museum brings to life the Rangeley Lakes region’s rich history, especially its sporting luminaries: Fly-Rod Crosby, a pioneering female guide who earned the first Maine Guide license; nationally renowned flytier Carrie Stevens, credited with creating more than 150 patterns; taxidermist, angler, flytier, and artist Herb Welch, who has a sculpture in the Louvre; sporting-camp owner and storyteller Ed Grant; and We Took to the Woods author Louise Dickinson Rich. Entry is through a reconstructed 1890s log cabin, which sets the tone for engaging and well-executed displays, which include boats and trophies. Don’t miss the record-breaking 11-pound-two-ounce brookie, caught in 1897.
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ME-4 & Rt 17, Oquossoc, ME 04964, USA
+1 207-864-3091
Wed - Sun 10am - 4pm