Theriault Flies

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Theriault Flies

Alvin Theriault has tied flies for over 35 years and his shop in Stacyville (on the Katahdin Woods & Waters Scenic Byway) is filled with countless natural and synthetic materials, furs, hackles, feathers, racks of tools, vices, threads and more. For anyone interested in fly fishing, Alvin is the person to see.

It’s always a good idea to call the store (207) 365-4007 ahead to let Alvin know you’re on your way. The store is usually open from 8 am to 8 pm. Call for weekend hours.

VISITOR INFORMATION

Address: 1135 Station Road, Stacyville, ME 04777
Phone: (207) 365-4007
Web: www.theriaultflies.com

NEARBY ON THE BYWAY

Mount Katahdin Maine. View From Ash Hill near Patten Maine. Photo by Thierry Bonneville

Views from Ash Hill

Right on the Scenic Byway (Route 11), just a few miles South of Patten Maine, on what is known as “Ash Hill”, there is a spectacular view of Mount Katahdin and the area. There’s a small but safe area to park so make sure to stop! Google Map Link

In Sherman Maine: Old Zach Cannon (Photograph: Thierry Bonneville)

SHERMAN – “OLD ZACK” Pre-civil war canon

Just South of Patten on Route 11, take a small detour to visit the town of Sherman (incorporated in 1862).  Behind the historic church, you will find both a War Memorial and “Old Zack”, a pre-civil war canon that was used for many years to tell people in the vicinity about big news such as victories, etc.  Google Map Link

Thank you for visiting the Katahdin Woods and Water Scenic Byway!

 

The Katahdin Woods & Waters Recreation Area includes 100,000 acres along both sides of the East Branch of the Penobscot River, east of Baxter State Park. It is a special part of Maine with world-class fishing, mountain biking, hiking, canoeing, hunting and a new cross country ski trail. The Katahdin Woods & Waters Scenic Byway is 89 miles long and offers breathtaking views of Katahdin and the Appalachian chain, and provides a mix of pastoral farms, meadows, recreational trails, and working forests filled with wildlife and significant natural areas.

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