The “History of Fishing Museum,” comprised of more than 40,000 pieces and valued at nearly $5 million, showcases the private collection of Karl & Beverly White and includes lures, rods, reels, boats, motors.

According to Branson.com:

The “History of Fishing Museum,” comprised of more than 40,000 pieces and valued at nearly $5 million, showcases the private collection of Karl & Beverly White and includes lures, rods, reels, boats, motors.

Location:

History of Fishing Museum is located at 225 N Wildwood Drive, Branson, MO, 65616

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