“Incredibly passionate volunteers and the amazing staff made for a memorable day. All you saw was HUGE smiles all day from all the kids.” – Parent, Lake Berryessa, CA


This is a C.A.S.T. for Kids event designed to provide children with disabilities, ages 5 – 17, the opportunity to enjoy a quality outdoor recreational experience through the  sport of fishing. Take to the water with C.A.S.T. for an unforgettable morning of fishing and boating!

Press Release on rbbassfishing.net

Press Release on Napa Valley Register (2017)

Event Location

Lake Berryessa
Napa, California (map)

 

Event Contacts

Event Coordinator

Jennifer Onufer

707-966-2111 x112

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2018 Event Recap:

The day was very hot. The National Weather Service had issued a heat advisory to begin at 11 am.

In spite of the heat, we are hearing that many families and kids had a good time and are looking forward to next year’s event.  The winning combination of spending time outdoors in the park, on the boat, and catching fish is a powerful incentive. We walked one participant through placing his first live worm on a fish-hook, to his delight.

We are very appreciative of the support of Fairfield-Suisun Bass Reapers, Best Bass Tournaments, and Monticello Ski Club during this event. Without their continued support, these events would not be possible. We are also grateful for the teams from California Fish and Wildlife and CalFire who not only participated in the event, but stepped in to provide immediate medical care for one of our participants.

Thanks to our Event Sponsors

Bureau of Reclamation, Fairfield Suisun Bass Reapers, Napa County Sheriff’s Department, Berryessa Boat and Jet Ski Rentals, Monticello Ski Club, Best Bass Tournament Trail, Berkley, Lews Rods and Reels, Flambeau

Yolo Foster Care, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northern California, Foster Care of Solano County, C.A.S.A (Court Appointed Special Advocate), Autism Speaks, Napa and Solano County Schools Special Education Departments, Special Olympics, Progress Ranch treatment facility, COPE family center.