WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) — People with disabilities were given the chance to go fishing at El Dorado Lake this weekend thanks to the nonprofit “Fishing Has No Boundaries.”
The nonprofit offered special, adaptive equipment that allowed people of all abilities to get the opportunity to do what some take for granted.
“You sit back and can put a smile on someone’s face by doing something that they typically can’t do on their own or even get the chance to do very often,” said Cory Buthe, the co-chairman of the event.
More than 100 people showed up to fish this weekend. Awards were given for the biggest fish and the smallest fish caught.