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.
Best suited for people with limited to full trunk support, and who wish to ski independently.
Bi-skis provide more balance support than monoskis, and are a great option for beginners and those with limited to no trunk support. Bi-skis can be used independently or with assistance.
Adaptive Fishing Rods & Gear
Four-tracking is a great fit for people with high levels of mobility, especially standing paras. “Four-track” refers to two skis + two outrigger supports, allowing for balance support without sitting.
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.