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Museum Information

From its inception in 1902 until its departure in 1984, the company made fishing tackle, golf club shafts, ski poles, violin bows, box kites and even radio antennae during World War II.

Our museum is dedicated to preserving the history of the Heddon Family’s contributions to the fishing tackle industry. We have over 1200 Heddon lures, 140 reels, and 150 Heddon rods, along with the Heddon frog, one of the most sought after collector lures. Visitors can also view models of the famous “flying fish” airplanes, produced by Heddon Aviation Co.