For many, there is no purer form of relaxation than a day of fishing. Whether your ideal day involves eight hours on the ice waiting for a nibble or a two hour fight with a monster of the sea, fishing is an easy sport to enjoy regardless of disability. From specialty kayaks to tricks to adapt a rod to your needs, thousands of anglers have found ways to get back on the water.

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Equipment Options

Like fishing in general, there are a number of factors to consider. What type of water, what type of fish, and how you’d like to be are all factors.

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Injury Level Considerations

For para-level injuries, fishing mostly requires modifications to access the water. For quad-level injuries, adaptations help with access plus any assistance required to use a fishing rod and other equipment.

Ease of Access

Specialized boats and kayaks may only be available at programs in areas where fishing is very popular, but simpler solutions and the help of a friend can make fishing largely universal.

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Equipment Info

Check out the equipment options available. Each one varies based on level of injury, but there’s something for everyone. Try a few different styles, and decide which is best for you.

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