C.A.S.T. for Kids

C.A.S.T. for Kids Black Canyon Event, 2012

C.A.S.T for Kids is a very special fishing event that provides disabled and disadvantaged children the opportunity to experience the joy of fishing. Each child is teamed up with a “Captain”, an expert angler from either the BASS Federation or local boaters and fishermen, who take the participant on their boat to enjoy life on water. The Captain introduces safety skills, the basics of fishing, and fishing ethics during the adventure.

C.A.S.T. for Kids is for children ages 7 to 17, no fishing experience is necessary. The participants take home fishing equipment, extra goodies, and an award. They also take home memories that last a lifetime!

2015 Events      
When Where Coordinator Photo Gallery
June 20 Sarg Hubbard
Yakima WA
Carolyn Chad
cchad@usbr.gov
Sarg Hubbard Photo Gallery
July 12 Prineville Reservoir
Prineville, OR
Patrick McGowan
pmcgowan@usbr.gov
Prineville Reservoir C.A.S.T. Event Photos
July 18, Walcott State Park C.A.S.T. Event Walcott State Park
Burley, ID
Sarah Wageman
swageman@usbr.gov
Walcott C.A.S.T. Event Photo Gallery
Potholes State Park
Moses Lake, WA
Jaurette Jackson
jjackson@usbr.gov
Potholes C.A.S.T. Event Photo Gallery
August 15 Black Canyon C.A.S.T. Event Black Canyon Dam Park
Emmett, ID
Erika Lopez
ealopez@usbr.gov
Black Canyon C.A.S.T. Event Photo Gallery
Hagg Lake To Be Determined Hagg Lake
Forest Grove, OR
Bass Fishing Group  
C.A.S.T. for Kids Foundation Events Newsletter >> Photo Archives

History
The first C.A.S.T. for Kids event was in 1991 at Banks Lake in eastern Washington championed by former Reclamation Commissioner, John W. Keys III. For more information visit C.A.S.T. for Kids Foundation.

Related Links
usbr.gov/youth
letsmove.gov
youthgo.gov



Contact

Annette Ross
Regional C.A.S.T. Coordinator
(208) 378-5322
aross@usbr.gov

Pacific Northwest Region
Bureau of Reclamation
1150 Curtis Road, Suite 100
Boise, Idaho 83706-1234

Last Update: 7/2/15